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The Students of Assumption University of Windsor 


In our short association with this University we have 
given to Assumption something of ourselves. But in re¬ 
turn we have recieved a three-fold gift: the warm-hearted 
interest of our teachers, some of whose Basilian GOOD¬ 
NESS has transferred to our own characters; co-operations 
and DISCIPLINE learned in organizations and activities 
with our fellow-students, and the KNOWLEDGE we have 
painstakingly accumulated. With these precious gifts, we 
are ready to continue our lifelong search for wisdom and 


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Dedication. 

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Most Rev. J. C. Cody, L, L. D., Bishop of London. 


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The late James J* Walsh remarked: "'Some 
of the most exquisite humor of human life is 
concerned with the attempt of men to make 
others better and as it were reform the world, 
forgetting that if each man would make him¬ 
self better we would soon have a little heaven 
on earth. Samuel Johnson's favorite passage 
in Thomas d Kempis was the one which runs, 
'Be not disturbed that you cannot make others 
as you wish them to be since you cannot make 
yourself as you wish to be'. This is one of the 
most delightful bits of humor in the world, if 
there is anything in life that disturbs most 
people it is the fact that they cannot make 
other people better, though they have the 


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most striking demonstration of the fact that 
they cannot make themselves better. A French 
commentator on the passage of a Kempis said. 
The Lord wants us to be good and to make 
other people happy, but we insist on being 
happy and making the other people good'. 
Christ came to teach men how to be better, 
not to change human nature but to give it a 
loftier aim than before. He assumed human 
nature and showed men what a beautiful 
thing human life can be if but lived divinely." 


Devotedly yours in Christ, 
John C. Cody 
Bishop of London. 








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Very Rev, E,C, Lebel, C.D., C.S,EL, M.A, 


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MY DEAR STUDENTS: 


The University exists for the sake of the 
student. AlF the staff, equipment and program 
focus upon the process of teaching the young 
to Jove learning and make it a life time's habit 
for them. Formal classes and daily assign¬ 
ments however, do not exhaust the ways by 
which a student learns. He should know that 
extra curricular activities can be a means of 
developing one's personality. While know¬ 
ledge is desirable for itself, it never-the-less 
can be applied in group activities which have 
goals that will benefit a wider public than 
one s self. If it is possible, l would urge you 
in the name of self development to participate 
in student activities in a direction which can 


benefit others. Basically, education is the ap¬ 
plication of knowledge motivated by love, It 
can be summed up in better terms: "Do unto 
others as you would have them do unto you," 
Or more briefly, don't be selfish! 

With cordial good wishes to all for a suc¬ 
cessful year. 


REV, E, C, LeBEL, C, $, B, 
PRESIDENT 







Rev. P, J, Swan, C5,B,, Ph.D. 
The Registrar 
Executive Vic©'President 
Assistant Professor of Philosophy 


Rev. D. J. Mulvihill, C.S.B., Ph.D. 
Vice-President (Development) 
Professor of History 


These are familiar faces on campus* All of us know Father Lebel, Father 
Ruth, and the rest — we often consult them with our particular problems. 
But how many of us realize that these men and their assistants are re¬ 
sponsible for keeping the University, in all its facets, running, not only as 
a well-coordinated mechanism, but as a living organism whose main 
purpose is to impart Goodness, Discipline, and Knowledge? These men 
have been chosen for their own Goodness -— to devote their lives to the 
education of youth when they could be pursuing more lucrative careers; 
and Discipline — with which their minds and bodies must have been 
tempered during long years of study; and Knowledge — of particular 
branches of the arts and sciences through which they have gained a 
deeper understanding of all reality. 


Very Rev. F. L Burns, C.S.B,, Ph.D. 
Superior and Chaplain 
Associate Professor of Economics 


Rev. N. J. Ruth, C5.B- M,A. 
Principal of University College 
Dean of Arts and Sciences 
Philosophy Lecturer 


F. A. DeMarco, Ph.D., F.CLC, 
Principal, Essex College 
Dean of Faculty of Applied Science 
Professor of Chemistry 


E. A. Roberts, C.S.S., B.A., S.T.B 
Treasurer 









Rev. E. C. Garvey, C.S.B., Ph,D. 
Head — Philosophy 
Professor of Philosophy 


Very Rev. G. Owens, C.Ss.R., S.T.L. 
Principal, Holy Redeemer College 
Professor of Theology and Philosophy 


i min.Ls.t’iation 


Their job does not end when today’s work is done. Tomorrow's stu¬ 
dents must be planned for, provided for. Our present rapid expansion in 
the engineering sciences does not preclude our future as a University 
grounded basically in liberal arts. Since their inception, the administra¬ 
tion has wisely included in our engineering courses a number of liberal 
arts options. policy only now being adopted by many of the tradi¬ 
tional, highly technical engineering schools. This well-balanced curriculum 
is the result of a study of today's needs, not in themselves, but in the 
light of traditional Christian education. 

It is through the efforts of the Senate, which controls courses of study 
and faculty appointments, the Board of Regents, which directs finances, 
and the Basilian Fathers, who actually adminster the University, that 
Assumption continues to develop thus, . .steadily and purposefully. 


ftev. D. T t Fought, C.$.B, P M.A, 
Dean of Men 

Associate Professor, Mathematics 


R. S. Rayson, M.A., SJ.B., D.D, 
Principal, Canterbury College 
Lecturer in History 


Miss F, M, Roach, B,$„ fi.N, 
Dean and Associate Professor 
of Nursing Education 


, Marion Dolores SJMJ.M., Ph.D, 
Principal, Holy Names College 
Dean of Women 
Visiting Professor of Psychology 













Barbara Helen Birch, M.A. 
Assistant Registrar 


W. F, Dollar, M,A., A.MXS, 
Librarian 


G. R. Horne, Ph.D, 
Director of 

Business Administration 


R. i + Schifferlr, B.A. 
Placement Office 


J, E, Thompson, M.C, B.A, 
Director of Development 


Mrs, C, Perry, M.A. 
Director of Publications 


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H. A t Apostolopoulos, 
B. Civ. Eng„ M.S. 
Civil Engineering 


G, B. Babiy, 

M, Sc„ M.E. 
Mecho n tea I Engin ee r E ng 


Rev. A. E. Alexander, 
C.Ss.R, 
Philosophy 


J. Abramowkh 
M.A., Ph, D. 
Mathematics 


M. Adelman, 

M.A. Sc., Ph. D. 
Chemical Engineering 


J. M, Brownlie, 
B.A,, M.S.A., 
Business 
Administration 


W, D. Benedict, 
6.S.A., Ph. D. 
Biology 


R. G. Bitlinghurst 
M,A. Sc. 
Chemistry and 
Chemical Engineering 


I. H. Brockman 
B.E. 

Physics 


Rev. F, J. Boland, 
C.S.B., Ph, D. 
History 



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P. F. Flood, 
M.A., 
Philosophy 


J. B. Gertz, 
B.S., M.B.A., 
Business 
Administration 


W. J. Gillen, 
M.A., 

Economics and 
Political Science 


Matteo Glinski, 
Dipl.Mus., DipIXJ.H., K.J.N. 
Music 


A. W. Gnyp, 
M.A.Sc., Ph.D. 
Chemical 
Engineering 


N. R. Gokhale, 
B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. 
Physics 


J. M. Graham, 
M.A., 

Philosophy 


Rev. A. J. Grant, 
C.S.B., M.A., 
Biology 


E. E. Habib, 
B.Sc., 
Physics 


W. Hanson, 
B.Comm., M.B.A, 
Business 
Administration 


J. P. Hartt, 
B.A.Sc., O.L.S. 
Civil 

Engineering 


W. A. Head, 
Ph.D., 
Sociology 


R. A. Helling, 
M.A., 
Sociology 


H. P. Herbich, 
Dipl.lng., D.Sc., 
Civil Engineering 


W. J. Holland, 
B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. 
Chemistry 


G. R. Horne, 
Ph.D., 
Business 
Administration 


Rev. A. R. Howell, 
C.S.B., B.Sc., M.A.Sc. 
Mechanical 
Engineering 


Rev. J. M. Hussey, 
C.S.B., M.A., 
Classics 


J. J. Huschilt, 
B.A.Sc., 
Electrical 
Engineering 































H. H. Hwang, 
M.S., Ph.D., 
Electrical 
Engineering 


H. H. G. Jellinek, 
D.I.C., Ph.D., 
Chemistry 


Rev. K. J. Johnson, 
C.Ss.R., 
English 


J. D. Joyce, 
B.Sc., M.S.E. 

Electrical 

Engineering 


D. P. Kelly, 
M.A., 
English 


Rev. T. |. Kelly, 
C.Ss.R., 
Theology 


Rev. T. F. Kingston, 
Ph.D., 
Philosophy 


L. Krause, 
B.Sc., M.A., Ph.D. 
Physics 


C. C. Kuehner, 
M.Sc., Ph.D., 
Biology 


Rev. G. Macdonald, 
C.S.B., M.A., 
Classics 


r . A. J. Malone, 
C.S B., Ph.D., 
Psychology 


Mary Manley, 
Ph.D., 
English 


R. W. Mann, 
M.A. 

Psychology 


Sr. Mary Romana, 
S.N.J.M., M.S., 
Home Economics 


Rev. L. A. McCann, 
C.S.B., S.T.D., 


H. D. McCurdy, 
B.A., M.Sc., Ph.D. 
Biology 


Lillian McCarthy 
Ph.D., 

Modern Languages 


Rev. J. S. McCormick, 
C.Ss.R., 

History 


Rev. T. McGouey. 
C.S.B., B.A., 
Psychology 













Rev. J. P, O'Meara. 

CS,Ek, Ph + D + , 
History 


G. A. Pcdley, 
M.A.. 
English 


Rev. S, C. Q Donohue 
C.5.B.. M.A., 
Modern Longuaqes 


Rev. J. Owens, 
C.Ss.R., 
Philosophy 


Rev, R. Pazik, 
CSX, MA, 
Modern languages 


Sr. Poulins of Mary 
$, N. J, M., MA, 
Modern languages 


M r l. Petras, 
B.A rj MX, 
Biology 


Rev, E. C. Pappert, 
C.S.B., Ph.D., 
English 


W r G. Phillips, 
Ph.D., 

Economics and 
Political Science 


H. F. PI ante 
M.A., 
English 


Br. R. Philip, 
F.S.C, Ph D. 
Psychology 


Rev, R. D, Powers, 
C.Ss.R., 
Philosophy 
and Classics 


E McNamara 

Rev. J. C Murray 

Most Rev, C. L Nelligan 

Rev. W, F, Nigh, 

A.M., 

C.S.B., 5.T.D, 


CSX, MA, 

English 

Theology end 

Theology and 

Mathematics 


Philosophy 

History 




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M.Sc. r Ph D., 
Chemistry 


D. Rankin, 
M.A., 
Physics 


Rev. M. A. Record, 
C.S.B., MA, 
Psychology 


K* H. Ruei, 

M.E., M.M.E. 
Physics 
































K< G, Rutherford, 
BA, Ph.D„ 
Chemistry 


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Jh Sullivan, 
Ph. D., 
English 



C Tien, 
MS,, Ph,D., 
Chemical 
Engineering 



M, Vuckovic, 
MA, 
History 



Mrs, B. Zakon, 
MA, 

Modern Languages 



M, A. Sabadno, 
D.M.L, 

Modern Languages 



A, A. Thibault, 

D. es L, 

Modern Languages 



H, J, Tucker, 
BEng., M.Eng., 
Mechanical 
Engineering 



Rev, A, Weller, 
C.S.B., BA, 
Modern Languages 
and Geology 



E. Zakon, 
Mgr, Or, Jur,, 
Mathematics 



Miss L G. Sanders, 
B.S., MA, 
Nursing 



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R. J. Thibert, 
M.S„ PKD., 
Chemistry 



* E. Vanda11, 
BA, 

Geography 



W. L White, 
MA, 

Economics and 
Political Science 



W. Zayachkowskl, 
MA, 

Mathematics 



A. A Smith, 
Ph.D., 

Psychology 



R. D, Thibodeau, 
BASc, M.Sc, 
Chemical 
Engineering 





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S, Verma, 
M.Sc., PhD,, 
Mathematics 



T. S, Wu, 
M.S„ Ph.D„ 


Civil Engineering 



M, Zin, 

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Business 
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ABRAHAM* Charles M., Pre-A, Detroit \ 1 


ACZEl* Elizabeth* Pre-A* Windsoi 


ADAMS, Amy F,* 2A, Eng.* Windsor, Ontorfo 


ADAMS, Dolores J., 2A, Fr., Tecumseh, Ontario 


ALEWICK, Beverley Ann* I A, Geo.* Riverside 


ALEXANDER, Philip H.* 2E, Etc,, Windsor* Ontario 


ALEXANDER, George, 1 A* Windsor* Ontario 


ALLEN, Paul E., 1A, Hist.* Chatham, Ontario 


ALLGEYER, William A r , CS.8., Pre-A, Detroit* Michigan 


ALVARADO* Quiros Jose F., Pre-S, Costa Rico 


AMYOT, John C* Pre-S* Riverside 


ANDERSON, Robert T.* 1A* Welland, Ontario 


ANGELO, Joseph, 3E, Civil, Trenton, Ontario 


ANNETT, Robert G.* 2S, Chem., Windsor, Ontario 


ANTON1UK* Angelina A r , 1A, Windsor, Ontario 


ARCHAMBEAULT, Sandra G,, IS, H. Bio.* Windsor, Ontario 


ARMOUR, Jean L,, 1A* Windsor, Ontario 


ARMSTRONG, Thomas W,, IS, Eng. Phy,, South Woodslee, Ontario 


ARNQWITZ, Hubert A.* 3E, Civil* Windsor, Ontario 


ATKINSON, Robert J.* 2S* Math * Phy., Merlin, Ontario 


AUSTIN, Jon L. r 2A, Toronto 10, Ontario 


AUBIN, Yvonne A.* 2A, EC., Windsor, Ontario 


BAJUS, Edward A,, 1 A, FR.* Toronto 3* Ontario 


BALES, Thomas E., C.S.B., IS, Detroit, Michigan 


BATT* John* IE* Hamilton, Ontario 


BAUMGARTNER, Mathew, IE, Windsor, Ontario 


BAZIW, Adam, 2E, Elect., Vernon, B.C. 


BECK, Harold R., 1 A, Hist., Windsor Ontario 


Bell* Douglas C, 1 A, Hist., Sarnia, Ontario 
BENETEAU, Aubele R. r 3A, FR., River Canard, Ontario 
BENETEAU* Clayton M.* IE, Elect,, Amherstburg* Ontario 




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BENSETTE, Sally K., 2A, Windsor, Ontario 
BEN-TAHER, Iqbal, 2S, Phy,, Quetta, W. Pakistan 
BERNARD, Erma £., \A t Fr, r Riverside, Ontario 
BERRETTA, Maura G r , IE, Phy r , Windsor, Ontario 

BEZAIRE, Kenneth P., IS, Bio., Amherst burg, Ontario 
BHUMGARA, Noel, Pre-E, Kowloon, Hong Kong 
Bl AFORE, Loretta J ijr Pre-A, Windsor, Ontario 
BJEL3S, Gerald T., Pre-A, Detroit 9, Michigan 


BlGGAR, Robert G,, 2C, Windsor, Ontario 
B[RQ, John E., 2$, Bio., Windsor, Ontario 
BLACK, Paul J*, 2 A, H. Eng,, Toronto, Ontario 
BLAIR, Mansell, 2A, Theo., Delburrr, Alberta 


BLONDE, Wilfrid C, r Pre-A, Riverside 
BLUTE, Laura L v 1 A, H, Eng., Windsor, Ontario 
BOND, Peter M., Pre-A, Eng., Rochester, New York 
BONDY, Dale A., IS, Chem.„ Amherstburg, Ontario 


BONDY, Gerald J r , TA, Fr., La Salle, Ontario 
BOOTH, Margaret A., 2A, Hist., McKenzie Island, Ontario 
BOYLE, Charles J., Pre-S, Eng., Sudbury, Ontario 
BRABANT, Joseph E., 2A, Hist,, Windsor, Ontario 


BRADLEY, Denis J., Pre-A, Eng., Detroit, Michigan 
BRADY, Mary Ann, 2A, Hist., Strathroy, Ontario 
BRENNAN, Larry M., 3E, Windsor, Ontario 
8RODE, Michael, IE, Riverside, Ontario 


BROOKS, Charles A., 2A, Eng,, Windsor, Ontario 
BROUGHTON, John J., 2A, H. Eng., La Salle, Ontario 
BROWN, Marforie A., IS, Bio,, Rochester New York 
BROWN, William E., Pre-S, Rochester, New York 

BROWNING, Sharon E. f 1 A, Hist., Windsor, Ontario 
BROY, Michael G., 2S, Med., Windsor, Ontario 
BRUNET, Melvin R,, Pre-A, River Canard, Ontario 
BRUSKI, Edward M., )S, Bio., Windsor, Ontario 







BURGOYNE, William M., Pre^S, Welland, Ont. 



BURNS, Frank P„ 2C, Toronto, Ont. 
BURNS, Ronald E., 1E, Amherstburg, Ont. 
BURRELL, Peter R., 3A, H.Et., Essex, Ont. 


BUTCHER, Douglas IS, &io + , Riverside, Ont. 
BUTCHER, Margaret, 2A, Eng,, Oldcastle, Ont. 
CADA, Elizabeth J., 1 A, Eng,, Windsor, Ont. 
CAICCO, Robert P., 2A, Psych., North Bay, Ont. 


CALLAGHAN, Howard A., 1A, Point Edward, Ont. 
CAMERON, Lionel W., Pre^A, St, Clair, Trinidad 
CAMPBELL, Glenn G. r 1A, Hist,, Riverside, Ont. 
CARAFICE, Richard 5., 1A, Psych., Rochester, New York 


CARDER, Ronald C, Pre-S, Rochester, New York 
CARDER, Robert H., Pre S, Windsor, Ont. 
CARLONE, Cosmo, 2A, Pys., Windsor, Ont 
CARON, Jerome J., 1A, Hist,, Paincourt, Ont 


CARYAN, Paul J., tA, Toronto, Ont. 

CARTER, David T., 1C, Windsor, Ont. 

CARTIER, j off re A., Math, Windsor, Ont. 
CASSELTON, Thomas J,, C.S.B., Pre-A, Detroit, Mich, 


CHAN, Patrick K., 2S, H. Bio., Hong Kong 
CHANDLER, Ivor A., 1C, H. Bus.Ad., Windsor, Ont, 
CHAPMAN, George D., 3S, H. Phy.Chem., Windsor, Ont. 
CHAPMAN, Sylvia S r , Pte-A, Psych., Windsor, Ont. 


CHARETTE, Thomas P., 2A, Ec., River Canard, Ont. 
CHASELEY, Dorothy J., Pre-A, Belle River, Ont. 

CHER NETS, William D., 3A, H, Psych., Hamilton, Ont. 
CHOPTIANY, Dennis M. ( IS, Phy., Windsor, Ont. 


CHUDEJ, William A v Pre A, Pre.Law, Texas 
CIZEK, Mary L., Pre A, Windsor, Ont. 

CLEARY, Joseph P., 1A, Eng., London, Ont, 
CLEMINSON, William C, 1A, Psych., Windsor, Ont 







DELRUE, George, 1A, Eng. and Fr., Bear Line Ont. 
DEMARCO, Joanne M., 2A, Fr. and Sp., Windsor, Ont. 
DEMERS, Robert C. # Pre-C., Windsor, Ont. 

DEMPSEY, Ernest B., IS, Chem., Toronto, Ont. 


DENNIS, Frances E., 2A, Hon. Hist., Windsor Ont. 
DENNISON, Howard A., 1A, Hist., Riverside, Ont. 

De ROLLER,Diane M., 1 A, Psych., Rochester, New York 
DE SANTIS, Domenic, 1A, Psych., Detroit, Mich. 


DETTMAN, Elizabeth R., Pre-N., Ste. Rose, Quebec 
DETTMAN, Thomas J., 2C, Ste. Rose, Quebec 
DEVLIN, James P., 2A, Ec. and Pol. Sc., Wolfe Island, Ont. 
DEZIEL, M. Suzanne, 1A, Fr. and Sp., Windsor, Ont. 


D’HONDT, Bran A., 1A, Hist., Windsor, Ont. 

DIBBLEY, Larry D., 2S, Chem., Leamington, Ont. 

Dl BIASE, Patricia A., Pre-S, Bio., Rochester, New York 
DIMARCO, Joanne F., Pre-A, Rochester, New York 


DITTRICH, Bruce A., 1A, Hamilton, Ont. 

DOHER, Gerald D., 1A, Eng. and Psych., Chatham, Ont. 
DORE, David M., 2A, Psych., St. Catharines, Ont. 
DOUCET, Muriel J., 1A, Fr. and Eng., Niagara Falls, Ont. 


DOUGLAS, James M., 2E, Civil, Woodslee, Ont. 
DROBITCH, Aruthur J., 2E, Mech., Windsor, Ont. 
DROUILLARD, James S., 2A, Eng., River Canard, Ont. 
DUCHESNE, Suellen, Pre-S, Chem., Windsor, Ont. 


DUDA, Eleanor J., 1A, Psych., Toronto, Ont. 

DUFILHO, Maurice J., C.S.B., 2A, Eng., Houston, Texas 
DUNN, John J., IS, Chem., Windsor, Ont. 

DYDYK, Barry, IE, Sudbury, Ont. 


DE WITTE, Barbara, IS, Bio., Detroit, Mich. 

EBY, Philip A., Pre-S, Rochester, New York 
ECKERT, Catherine A., Pre-A, Rochester, New York 
EGAN, Rory B., 1A, Eng., Colgan, Ont. 






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GARRETT, Carol A. H 1 A, Socio., Essex, Ont, 


GAULT, Ralph G., IS, Biology, Riverside, Ont 


GAWLEY, William G., 2A, Hist, Windsor, Ont. 


GAZAREK, 


GIBUN, Frank J., Pre-5, Rochester, New York 


GIBSON, Marilyn J,, Pre-S, Windsor, Ont. 


GIFFEN, Jack, 2S, Physics, Riverside, Ont. 


GIGNAC, Anne M., 1A, Riverside, Ont. 


GILBERT, Cathia T., 2A, Eng., Windsor, Ont, 


GILBERT, Lawrence J., 3C, H. Bus. Ad., Essex, Ont, 


GILL, Brian F., 2A, Psych., Riverside, Ont, 


GILLIES, Andrew J.., 1 A, Psych., St. Clair Beach, Ont. 


GIMPEL, Jack F., 2E, Chein., Windsor, Ont 


GIROUX, Lawrence E_, IS, Moth., Windsor, Ont. 


GIRARD, Glen, 2A, Geo., Riverside, Ont, 


GLEESON, Kenneth A,, 1C, Bus. Ad., Detroit, Mich 


GLEESON, Gerald G. r 3$, Hon. Math., Leamington, Ont. 


GLOVASKY, Gerald G., 1A, Tecumseh, Ont. 


GOLDEN, John G„ C.Ss.R., 1A, Tbeo„ Quebec, Quebec 
GOLDIN, Gail A., l A, Windsor, Ont, 


GORDON, Thomas D., IS, Engineer Physics, Windsor, Ont. 


GOSLING, Martha L, Pro'A, Rochester, New York 


GOSSELIN, Carol Ann, Pre-S, Windsor, Ont, 


GOSSELIN, Raymond M., Pre-A, Windsor, Ont. 


GRAHAM, Patricia M, ( 2A, Hon. Eng, & Hist, Sudbury, Ont 


GRAY, Morgoret A., 1A, Hist,, Windsor, Ont. 


GREEN, Francis P. t C.Ss.R,, Phil,, Deep River, Ont, 


GRiMES, Clifford, Pre-A, Thorold, Ont, 


GRUDZIEN, Carl F., Pre-A, Detroit, Mich, 


GUINEY, Hurd B., Pre-A. Trenton, Mich 


HABIB, Pool, 1C, Econ., Baghdad, Iraq 








HADRE, George W., 25, Bio., La SalEe, Ont* 

HALES, James M*, 1 A, Chatham, Ont* 

NAMES, Jerrold F,, 2A, Hist. & Eng,, Tecumseh, Ont. 

HARNADEK, Frank, IE, Windsor, Ont, 

HART, Geraldine, 1 A, Staples, Ont. 

HART, Ion C, 2A, Hist*, Windsor, Ont, 

HARTFORD, Kathleen, Pre-N, Riverside, Ont. 

HARTLEY, Thomas, J.A., C.Ss.R., 1A, Theo., Grand Falls, Newfoundland 

HARWOOD, Herbert V., Q.A., Sor io. p Toronto, Ont, 

HASTINGS, John L, IS, Physics, Amherstburg, Ont. 

HAWKESWOOD, Victor F., 2C, Windsor, Ont. 

HAVELOCK, Dicno P„ 2A, Eng., Windsor, Ont. 

HAYES, James M. r Pre-A, Rochester, New York 
HEAlY, Peter, CSs.R., 2A, Theo., Strathroy, Ont. 

HELLEIS, George, 2S, Math., Windsor, Ont* 

HEWUS, Gloria M., 1A, Hon. Eng, & Fr,, Windsor, Ont* 



HICKS, Sandra P., 1A, Eng., Windsor, Ont. 

HILL, Barbara E., Pre-A, Detroit,. Mich. 

HILLGARTNER, Shirley M*, 2A, Hist.,. Windsor, Ont. 

HOGAN, Jeanne M,, 2A, Han, Psych., Rochester, New York 


HOOPER, Barry G., 2A, Latin, Clifford, Ont. 


HORNE, William, 1 A, Eco. & Pol* Sc,, Windsor, Ont* 


HORNfCK, Garnet L., 1A, Hist., Elliot Lake, Ont* 
HORNSEY, Rick, } A f Ehg., Windsor, Ont. 


HORVATH, Robert, Pre-S, Detroit, Mich. 

HOSKO, George H*, C.S.B., 2A 

HOUSLEY, Catherine J,, 2A, Hist,, Riverside, Ont. 

HOUSTON, Robert M„ 2C, Windsor, Ont. 


HRBOLICH, Francis P., C*5s.R., 11 A, Phil., Kirkland Lake, Ont. 
HUBERT, John J., 25, Math*, Windsor, Ont. 

HUEBERT, Victor H., 2A, Eng. & Geog., Riverside, Ont. 
HUEGLIN, J. F., 3 A, Hon. Hist. & Ec*„ Bear Lake, Ont. 







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HUGHES, Frederick D, # 1A, P$ych. H Rochester, New York 
HURLEY, John J., I A, Hist., Stratford, Ont. 

HURLEY, Patricio A., 2A, Eng., Belle River, QnL 
IP. Hung Bun, 2$. Hong Kong 


ISSELL, Robert G., 1A, Hist., Riverside, Ont. 
JACKSON, George G., IS, Windsor, Ont. 
JESZKE, Ronald A., Pre-A, Detroit, Midi. 
JOHNSON, Ted, C.S.B., 3$, Parkhill, Ont. 


JOHNSON, Robert V., C.S.8., IS, Crosse lie, Mich. 
JURASEK, Francis T., 2A, Econ., Windsor, Ont, 
KARAPASOVSKI, Eftim S., 1A, French, Windsor, Ont 
KEENAN, Michael W., Pre-5, Rochester, New York 


KEINDEL, Gerald, C.Ss.R., IIA, Theo., Rosetown, Sask. 
KEITH, Elizabeth A., 2A, Hon, Fr, & Sp„ Windsor, Ont. 
KELLY, Jack, 1 A, Psych., Rochester, New York 
KELLY, Judith Ann, 2A, Psych., Detroit 24, Mich, 

KELLY, Patrick A., C.S.B., IS, Calgary, Alberta 
KENNA, Mary P,, 1A, Psych., Rochester, New Ycrk 
KENNEDY, Thomas C, 1A, Phil., Wicklow, Ireland 
KENNEDY, Paul, 2A, Hon. Eng. & Hist., Chatham, Ont. 


KENNY, James B., Pre-S, Windsor, Ont 
KERR, Gerald M., 2S, Physics, Ottawa, Ont. 

KESSELRING, James J., Pre-S, Rochester, New York 
KHOUBESSERIAN, Ludwig G., 2E, Chem., Cairo, Egypt 

KlSZKESS, David F., Pre-S, Rochester, New York 
KOHLMEIER, Joyce R., 2A, Psych., Rochester, New York 
KOKfCH, George J., 2A, Geo t , Toronto 4, Ont. 

KOLB, James A*, Pre-S, Rochester, New York 


KOMINAR, John, 2$, Hon. Chem. & Phys., Windsor, Ont. 
KOSTYNIUK, William L,, IE, Windsor, Ont. 

KOT, Joseph, CSs.R., 2A, Theo, r Weyburn, Sask. 

KOTELES, Emil S*. 2A, Hon, Phys., Windsor, Ont. 





KRESACK, Eleanor J. p IS, Hon, Bio, 


KREUTZER, Doris J., 1A, Fn & Eng*, Riverside, Onf. 


KRICFALUSI, Marjorie Marie, I A, Fr,. Windsor, Onf. 


KUUCK, Mark K„ 1A, 


KUNAV, Hefge E,, 1 A, Hon. Eng. & Fr., Windsor, Ont. 


KUPN1CKI, Nicholas A,, 2S, Hon, Bio., Windsor, Onf, 


KWOK, Raymond, l£, Kowloon, Hong Kong 


LACOURSiERE, Roy, B.A,, Hon. Pysch., Windsor, Onf, 


LADOUCEUR, Janet E r , 1A, Amherstburg, Ont, 


LAFONTAINE, Don E., IS, Hon. Physics, La Salle, Ont. 


LAMANTIA, Agatha M>, 2A, Sp. r Toronto, Onf. 


LANCOP, Theresa M., 2A, Fr,, Windsor, Ont. 


LANG, John, IS, Math., Sarnia, Ont. 


LANZA, Bob, 2E, Civil Engineer, Hamilton, Onf. 


LAPKA, Ihor W. p IE, Electrical, Windsor, Ont, 


LARKE, Carolyn J,, 1A, Hist. & Eng., Walfaceburg, On*. 


LAUZON, Dennis A. P 1E, Chem., Windsor, Ont. 


LEDUC, Lawrence W., 2A, Eco., Detroit, Mich 


LEE, Hubert P., 3E, Civil, Kowloon, Hong Kong 


LEMIRE, Francis W., IS, Math., Windsor, Ont. 


LEM I RE, Patricia J 


UEBROCK, Larry P,, IE, Wheatley, Ont. 


L1KOU, Larry, Pre-5, Windsor, Ont. 


LINDSAY, John H., 2A, Hist, & Geo., Tecumseh, Orrt. 


LOEBACH, Josep A,, IE, Elect,, Woodslee, Ont, 


LONG, Ken R., 3E, Civil, Windsor, Ont, 


LONGWORTH, Claire A., 1 A, Geo,, Windsor, Onf 


LOZINSKY, William, 3S, Hon. Math., Cottom, Onf, 


LUI, Chung-Wang, 3E, Elect., Kowloon, Hong Kong 


LYNCH, Virginia L., 2A, Socio., Detroit, Mich 


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LYSY h Robert E., IQ Windsor, Ont 
MocDONALD, Kerry R., 2E, Windsor, Ont 


MeCABE, Leo G., Pre-S, Windsor, Ont 
MtCUTCHEON, Wayne L., 2A, Eng,, Windsor, Ont. 


MCDONALD, Earl P., \A t Fokonbridge, Ont. 
McDOUGALL, Melanie, lS f Bio. Chem,, Windsor, Ont, 
McElHONE, Leo P., 1E, Civil, La Salle, Ont, 

McGlLLIS, Daniel A., IS, Chemistry, Detroit 9, Mich. 


McGOVERN, Kenneth L,, 2 A, English & Philosophy, Toronto, Ont. 
McLAUGHUN, Michael C, Pre C, Toronto 16, Ont. 

McLEAN, Ed A., IS, Toronto, Ont. 

McMILLAN, Sheila, Eng. Mo [or, Windsor, Ont, 


McNAIR, Frederick R. r History, Sarnia, Ont. 

McNULTY, Thomas, CSs.R., 2A, PhiL, Hamifton, Ont 
McVElGH, Meredith J., IN, Regina, Bosk. 
MACEDONSKI, Barbara A., 1A, Windsor, Ont. 


MADDEN, John M., Fre-E, Peterborough, Ont 
MAD1GAN, Cart T., C.S.B,, 2S, Torquay, Sask. 

MALONE, Patrick J,, CS,B., Pre-A, Detroit, Mich, 

MAMER, Orval A., Hon. Rhys. & Chem,, Windsor, Ont, 

MANDOLESI, Verne A., IS, Pre-Dent, Soutt Ste. Marie, Ont. 
MARCH! LDON, Vincent Al, 1 A, French Ma[„ Lafontaine, Ont 
MARCHSNI, Aldo H„ 1A, Hist., Windsor, Ont. 

MARGIN KO, John J,, 11 Commerce, Accounting, Windsor, Ont, 


MARCOTTE, Randolph R., 1A, Hist, Windsor, Ont. 
MARENTETTE, Ronald, 11 A, Hist., Windsor, Ont. 
MARENTETTE, Thomas A,, 1 A, French Maj., Windsor, Ont 
MARKHAM, Marcia A +p 2A, French, Comber, Ont 


MARION, Patricia M., 1A, Eng. Maj., Rochester, New York 
MARQNTATE, Patricia A,, Pre-A, Windsor, Ont. 

MAROTTA, Frank M., 11 A, Psych. & Pot Sc., Sudbury, Ont. 
MARQUIS, Jack J.j 2A, Hist. Ma[., Windsor, Ont. 




MAftft, Mary A., 1 A, Pol. Sc., Wyandotte, Mich. 


MARTIN, Mary B,, PreA, Windsor, Ont. 


MAYVIL1E, Terrance P. f IS, Bio,, Amherstburg* Ont. 


MAYVILLE* William, Pre-S, Amherst burg* Ont, 


MAZZA, Philip F+t IS, Dundas, Ont 


MEAGHER, Joanne M,* 1A, Eng, & Fr.* Peterborough, Ont, 


MELCONIAN, Mekon L, IE, Meth,, Baghdad, Iraq, 


MELOCHE, Garnet A., 2E, Elect., Amherst burg, Ont. 


MELVILLE, Kathleen E., 1A, Psych*, Alpena, Mich, 


MERETSKY, Harvey D., 2S, Pre-Med,, Windsor, Ont. 


MICHELLE, Joseph, C.Ss.R,, 2A, Theo,, Windsor, Ont 


M] HER, Edwin H., C$.B„ Rochester, New York. 


MILLER, Karen 1 A, Psych. & Soc, Riverside, Ont. 


MITCHELL, John R., 1C, Accounting, Windsor, Ont 


MNISZEK, AieK 2C, Accounting, Windsor, Ont 


MOLONEY, Daniel J., 1A, Toronto, Ont. 


MONEY, William M,, IS, Chem., Barrie, Ont. 


MORAN, Carol* 2A, Psych., Windsor, Ont. 


MORDQWANEC, Iwan* Windsor, Ont. 


MORIN, Lawrence R., 2A, Hist, Windsor, Ont, 


MOSSING, Frederick G.* PreA Metamora, Ohio. 


MOUNTFORD, Barbara J„ Pre-S, Windsor, Ont 


MULKERN, Francis M>, 2A, Pol.Sc., & Eco., Toronto 12, Ont. 


MULLALY, Edword, CSs.R., 1A, Phil., St. John, N.&. 


MULVILLE, James R., 2A, Hist, Windsor, Ont 


MURPHY, Paul Gregory, CSs.R,, 2A, Phil., St. John, N.B, 


MURPHY, Peter L.* 1A, Ec Li von io, Mich, 


MURRAY, Michael, C.Ss.R., 1A, Theo., Limrick, Ireland, 


NARDONE, Frisco D., PreA Detroit, Mich, 


NEAL, Keith P., 2A, Hist.* St Catharines, Ont, 


NEElY, Robert W., 2C, feus., Windsor* Ont, 


NETHERY, lance J., 3E* Physics, Windsor, Ont, 















PEYON, Ernesto A., Pre-E, Lima, Peru. 

PFAFf, Michael J,, 1A, Psych,, Windsor, Ont, 

RICH, Lavern R., 2A, Hon. Bus. Ad,, Mount Hope, Om. 
PIDSKALNY, Steven L, 1$, Hon, Math,, Windsor, Qnt. 

PIERCE, James L., 1 E, Windsor, Ont, 

PIERCE, Max M., 1A, Bus,, Merritton, Ont. 

PIERRE, Payer, CSs.R., 2A, Theo., Chafk River, Ont. 
PINKE, Valerie J„ TA, Hon. Fr. & Sp., Windsor, Orrt. 

PLAMONDON, Robert P. f C,Ss,R„ 2A, Phil., Quebec, P.Q. 
POLLARD, John ft., Pre^C, Harrow, Ont. 

PGMAJBA, Mary A., 2 A. Fr., Chatham, Ont, 

POULTER, Brian A., 2E, Elect., Wheatley, Ont. 

POWER, Donald, CSs R., 1A, Phi?., St. John's, Nfld. 
PRATT, Don S., 2A, Eng h , Windsor, Ont. 

PRATT, Thomas G., C.S.B., I A, Windsor, Ont. 

PRIMEAU, Roger B., 1E, Windsor, Ont 

PRINCE, Michael W„ 3E, Civil, Windsor, Ont, 

PULA, Peter W,, IE, Mechanical, Windsor, Ont. 
QUAGUA, Espedito, 1A, Hist., Windsor, Ont, 

QUICK, Douglas W,, IS, Hon. Chem., Riverside, Ont. 

QUINLAN, Garry J*, 2A, Psych,, Peterborough, Ont r 
QUINLAN, Stephen E., 2C, Hon, Bus. Ad., St. Thomas, Ont, 
QUINN, Leo P., IS, Bio., Campbeliford, Ont, 

QUINN, Martin R,, 2A f Eoon., Toronto, Ont, 

RAJKI, Anthony J., IS, Hon. Chem., Essex, Ont, 

RAN AH AN, Carol A., 2$, Math,, Windsor, Onf. 
RANAHAN, Robert, IE, Mechonicqli, Windsor, Ont, 

RAY, N, Joseph, 3E, Civil, Riverside, Ont, 

REAUME, Franklin D., IE, Tecumseh, Ont. 

REAUME, Gary J., 2 A, Geo., Riverside, Ont, 

REAUME, Kevin C, 1A, Chatham, Ont, 

REGEHR, Ronald C, 2S, Math., Leamington, Ont. 



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2E, Cochrane, Ont. 


REMBESH, Earl J 


RENAUD, Adrian A,, 2A, Hist., Emeryville, Ont. 


RENIER, Danielfa, Pre-5, Allen Park, Mich 


RHOADS, Ida Mae M., 1 A, Eng. r Woodslee, Ont, 


RICHARDS, Marylou A., Eng., Windsor, Ont. 


RICHARDSON, Thomasine, Pre-S, Windsor, Ont. 


RIGRDGN, Margaret M., 2A, Phil,, Windsor, Ont. 


RISING, Ken R., IS, Hon. Math., Windsor, Ont. 


ROBINSON, Gerald H., IS, Maidstone, Ont. 


ROCHON, Pauline, Pre-A, Windsor, Ont, 


ROCHON, Ralph E„ IE, Physics, Windsor, Ont, 


ROCHELEAU, John A,, C$.B„ 1A, 


RODDY, Carol P., 2A r Psych., Windsor, Ont, 


RODRIGUEZ, Ivan J., 3E, Chem,, Caracas, Venezeula 


ROOT, Thomas A., Pre-A, 


ROY, Anna Barbara, 1A, Puce, Ont. 


ROY, Gerald J., IE, Richmond Hill, Ont, 


ROY, Roger N., IE, Sandwich East, Ont. 


ROY, Stephen P< r IS, Bio,, Kenora, Ont. 


RYAN, Daniel E., 2A, Hist., Windsor, Ont, 


RYAN, Leo E., 2A, Fr., Petrol ia, Ont, 


RZAZEWSKI, Ago, 3A, Latin, Sp. r Windsor, Ont. 


SAAB, Naef, I A, Econ„ & Pol. Set., Windsor, Ont. 


SANDERSON, Gordon T„ I E, Chem., Peterborough, Ont. 


SANT1N, Anita, Pre S, Windsor, Ont. 


SAUNDERS, Alexander B., I A, Hist., Windsor, Ont. 


SCHENDEN, William R., Pre*A, Detroit, Mich 


SCHERTZER, John, IS, Chem,, Windsor, Ont. 


SCHEUERMAN, Thomas R„ Pre-A, Detroit, Mich 


SCHURTER, Elmer, 1A, Waikerton, Ont. 


SEGUIN, Robert J„ C.S.B., IS, Detroit 35, Mich 


SHAKESPEARE, Barbara A., 1 A, Windsor, Ont. 








SHAN KLIN, Dennis G,, !E, Chem., Windsor, Qnt. 


SHERMAN, 81aRe J., 2A, Econ., Riverside, Ont. 


SHINER, Richard E., Windsor, Qnt 


SILCGX, Margaret R., I A, Fr. & Sp., Windsor, Ont 


SKEllY, Suzonne M„ 1 A, Psyche Rochester, New York, 


SKONEY, Ronald F., 2C, Hon. 8us. Ad., Detroit 5, Mich, 


3KORUPINSKI, Slawomir, 3E, Peterborough, Ont. 


SLADICH, John J,, Pre-A, Detroit, Mich 


SLANEY, George D., 1E, 


SMALL, Andrew M,, IS, Chem. & Phys., Windsor, Ont. 


SQGANICH, Milan P., 1A, Fr„ Sudbury, Ont. 


SOUCiE, Mel J., IE, Physics, Sudbury, Ont 


SROKOSZ. Waiter C, 1A, Geo. 


River Canard, Ont. 


STAPLETON, John F., Pre-A, Brooklyn 9, New York, 


STAR KM AN, Harvey A., IS, Toronto, Ont, 


STEACY H William, C.Ss.R., 1 A, Phil., Kingston, Ont. 


STEEL, Douglas G., 1 A, Hist., Windsor, Ont. 


STEWART, Jim R., 1C, Windsor, Ont. 


STOYKA, Michael F., 1A, Psych., Windsor, Ont 


STRACHAN, David D., T A, Eng., Windsor, Ont 


STREETER, Jim E., 1A, Fr., Toronto 17, Ont. 


SULLIVAN, Gregory F., C.Ss.R., 1A, Theo,, Brents Cove, Nffd 


SULLIVAN, Joseph A, r C$s.R„ 2A, Phil., St. John, N.B, 


SUMMERS, Herbert $., 1A, Hon, Hist, Riverside, Ont. 


SUNG, Irene L. 


SZELES, Mary A., Pre*A, Rochester, New York. 


SZEMAN, Richard V., 2C, Hon, Bus., Adrian, Mich. 


SYWANYK, Yaroslaw, C.Ss.R., 2A, Phil., Hillside, New Jersey 


TAGGART, Bruce, C.Ss.R., 1A f Phil., Vancouver, B.C. 


TAR!CONE, Patricia A., Pre-S, Rochester, New York. 


TAYLOR, Tolosa L, Pre-A, Rosemere, Quebec. 


TEMCHEFF, A. $., IS, Hon. Math. & Phys,, Windsor, Ont. 










TPMELINI, Paul D., Pre-A, Sudbury, Ont. 

THAYER, Robert G., 3C, Hon. Bus. Ad., Riverside, Ont. 
THIBAULT, Albert, 3A, Hon. Hrst. & Ec., Windsor, Ont. 
THIBAULT, Anne M., 1A, Fr., Windsor, Ont. 

THIBERT, Mary A., 1A, Fr., Windsor, Ont. 

TIEFENBACH, Anthony J., IS, Amherstburg, Ont. 

TOMANELLI, Anthony R., 2A, Hon. Psych., New York, N.Y. 
TOTTEN, William, 2S, Math., Windsor, Ont. 

TRACEY, Brian P., C.Ss.R., 2A, Phil., London, Ont. 

TROTT, John V., 1A, Eng. & Hist., Windsor, Ont. 

TRUDEL, Murray L., IS, Hon. Physics, Windsor, Ont. 

TURNER, Brian, 1A, Chem., Toronto, Ont. 

UNTCH, John, 2E, Elect., Leamington, Ont. 

UAN KWOK KIN, Julian. Pre-S, Hong Kong. 

VEIL, Gerald F., Pre-A, Detroit, Mich. 

VEZINA, Janet E., Pre-A, Riverside, Ont. 

VIEAU, Bernice A., 1A, Psych., Rochester, N.Y. 

VILLEGAS, Francisco E., Econ. & Pol. Sc., Windsor, Ont. 
VIOLETTE, Guy E., 2C, Bus. Ad., Temiskaming, Quebec. 
VOLPE, John A., 1A, Eng., Toronto, Ont. 

VRABLIK, Steven H., 2C, Accounting, McGregor, Ont. 

WAI, Tuk Sau T., IE, Hong Kong. 

WAKULICH, Edward W., 2C, Windsor, Ont. 

WALES, Marguerite A., Pre-A, River Canard, Ont. 

WALLING, Carolyne J., 1A, Windsor, Ont. 

WALTON, Robert J., 2S, Chem., Riverside, Ont. 

WEI, Paul M., 2S, Mech., Hong Kong. 

WELCH, Judie A., 1A, Wyandotte, Mich. 

WILKINSON, Carolyn E., 1A, Hon. Eng. & Hist., Leamington, 
WILLIAMS, Paul A., 2A, Hon. Bus. Ad., Windsor, Ont. 
WINCH, Leonard D., IS, Hon. Bio., Riverside, Ont. 
WODKOWSKI, Donald S., Pre-S, Dearborn, Mich. 















Our students were busy Throughout the 
year finding woys and means To keep 
themselves busy. Sometimes, they used 
their spare time to browse through the 
library or do research for a paper. Others 
worked hard at athletics but took time out 
once in a while to watch the cheerleaders 
go through their paces. Then there were the 















































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These young men of the Con¬ 
gregation of Most Holy Redeemer 
are preparing for the priesthood 
and a lifetime dedicated to mis* 
sionary service in all parts of 
Canada and Japan. Assumption 
University is pleased to contribute 
to their studies for this life of 
sacrifice. 


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H3aidian JbciioLcis-tiai. 


. . . fui uc wnu wuuiu lose n 
life shall save it and he who 
would save his life shall lose 
it, * . M These scholastics have 
chosen to give up many of the 
pleasures of the world to dedi 
cate their lives to the spiritual 
well-being of their fellow men. 
We have always known them to 
be cheerful and friendly and 
ready to help whenever they 
could. Our wish for them is that 
the fruits of the blessed labour to 
which they have been called will 
be abundant. 
































































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One of the most serene sights on campus, the 
new library is one of the early stages of the 
current development programme. Though peace¬ 
ful enough looking on the outside, minds are 
buzzing with activity on the inside. 


Ground work for the University Centre caused 
a lot of speculation among our swimming enthus¬ 
iasts. 


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Progress in the new University Centre was 
astonishing last year. Scheduled to be completed 
for the Fall of 1961, it will house all alumni, 
administrative, and student activities as well as 
providing a cafeteria. Meeting rooms and offices 
will also be located in this beautiful building. 


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Essex College seemed to rise overnight; from 
dreams and ideas came plans and blueprints, 
then came materials, manpower, and money that 
combined together to produce one of the largest 
and most modem buildings on campus. It is seen 
above in one of its advanced stages. 


An impressive sight last Fall was the massive 


Some of the men and machinery used to lay 
the foundation of the University Centre to be 
completed next Fall were caught by the camera 
in this shot. 



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Studying took up a lot of our 
time this year and there was al¬ 
ways a mad scramble for books. 


but the students managed to get 
together at one time or another 
to talk in the cafeteria of maybe 
to quietly admire a Christmas 
crib or else to work on an extra¬ 
curricular activity together. 


but whatever the opportunities, 
we all managed in some way or 
another to distinguish ourselves, 
either in a group or alone. 



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[Essex Cornerstone Laying) 

His Honour, If. Governor Keller MacKay, on January 
24, laid the cornerstone of the new three million dollar 
Essex College. The Lieutenant-Governor's medallion 
along with a copy of the affiliation agreement be¬ 
tween Assumption University and Essex College, a 
copy of the grant of a Coat of Arms to Essex, and 
several other documents were placed in a copper box 
to be later sealed into the cornerstone. The date of 
the ceremony marked the fifth anniversary of the 
affiliation agreement 

The motto of the newest addition to Assumption's 
campus is ' Scientia Porta Veritatis;" 11 Knowledge is 
the Gateway to Truth," Essex College then, promises 
to be for many the gateway to knowledge in the vast 
field of science. 


President E. C LeBei, C.S.B, welcomes guests to the cornerstone 
laying ceremonies held last January in Essex College. The event 
wos attended by over four hundred students ond friends of the 
university. 


Cod $t Pierre presents a char¬ 
ter of the Engineering Institute 
of Canada for the Assumption 
chapter to Lieutenant-Governor 
J, Ketler MacXoy, 









































































































































Dear Students, 

The history of Assumption Is one of remarkable growth. Behind this growth is 
that dynamic element which humanity requires most * education* Its Importance 
cannot be overstated. The world cries for educated people; the world needs 
educated people. 

We students and graduates are most fortunate to have an education. It is 
through this that we have experienced a remarkable growth of our own. Further¬ 
more, it Is through education that we will answer the cries of the world. We are 
tomorrow s leaders; we will be the dynamic elements behind the growth of the 
world. 

But let us not forget that Assumption was the force behind our education. For 
this we owe her our humblest gratitude. 

Sincerely, 

William L Lemmon, 












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Ginny Lynch, Pool Bondy, Colin GwseKn^wnnie Bowler, Joonne Comuzzi, Sernie Ouellette. Bill Lemmon 


<ShuUn£± c^clnimLihalujz Council 


Member* of the 
Council at work 
in the $,A.C. office. 


Jeonnie Bowler 
Director of 
Women s Activities 


Rev. C Drouillard, CS.B. 
Ph r D. 

Moderator 


John Volpe 

Freshman 

Representative 


Bernie Ouellette 
Director of 
Cultural Affairs 


Roger Patillo 

Presidential 

Aide 


Bill Ever!ft 
Director of Inter- 
Uni versify Affairs 


Colin Gosselin 
Director of 
Social Activities 


Paul Bondy 
Director of 
Finance 












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J* Bowler, C. Waiting, E. Bury, G. Lynch, P, Taricane, A. Noel, S. Deztel, M. Thibert, B, Shakespeare, B. Whipple 


Women's Administrative Council 

The Women's Administrative Council is the governing 
body for women under the $,A*C. here at Assumption, Its 
purpose is to supervise girls' cultural and social activities. 
The ' hard times" dance by these great gals was a gala 
event and a tremendous success. 


This is the first year for the Law Club at Assumption, 
The main purpose of the club is to better acquaint the stu¬ 
dent with law. The members of the dub attended dinners at 
which many prominent lawyers spoke to them. 


E. Ewuschuk, B. Clement, P, Rochin, j, Devlin, B, Drlteka, M. Pandzich, P. Temelinl 




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P, D. Biose, B. Schencfen, Fr. Wei Her (Moderator), M, Courey, M. Riordon, E. Baj 
E h Seidel, R. Lacoursiere. 


t[us, E. Schurter, J. Yan, L Pich, A, Erickson, J. Cleary, M. O'Regon, 


Legion of Mary 

“To sanctify fts members through devotion to Our Blessed 
Mother and to instill in them a spirit of brotherly love." 
This is the purpose which the Legion of Mary strives for 
when they ho^d their weekly meetings. Just one of the re¬ 
sults of this organization is the “spiritual gem” which the 
boarders, here at Assumption, find tucked under their doors 
each Friday, 


Sodality 

The work of the Sodality is done quietly but fervently. 
Each Sodafist, besides the public devotions at the regular 
meetings, has duties to perform privately. With an ardent 
devotion to the Blessed Virgin, the members, seek not only 
to sanctify themselves, but also to save the soul of their 
neighbor. 


M. Galbraith, Fr. McCann (Moderator), V. Bergoyne, 5. L Heyreax. L Notdella. M Rivard, M. Wal 



















C- Senoiko, C. Sauer, S. Hyatt, 8. MacDonald, E. Bury, LL Rioley, $* Crumb, £, Berry, C Skrok, 


Nurses Oub 

The post-graduate course in nursing is offered to improve 
nursing education and services in our hospitals and health 
agencies. When these girls meet, their chief aim is to pro¬ 
mote an interest En this field and to discuss the advances 
tn the nursing field in the past few years. 


Canterbury Club 

ih To bring about a closer union of all the Anglican stu* 
dents on the campus here at Assumption.” The club has had 
guest speakers and participated in infer-university exchange 
visits with American Universities* 


dan.tz’iUni’iu (Ifull 


T TayJor, G. Lynch, G. Emmerson, 0. Brown, R. Sikox, M. Butcher, W. El log, M. MeDougalf, J. Homes, B, Lemmon, M. Norwood 



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M. A. Brandy, A. Booth, J. Stefansky, J. Lang, J. Dimarco. M. A. Thiebert, A. M. Thibault, S. Deziel. M. A. Marr, D. DeRoIler, P. Marontate, M. 
Panzick, R. Quinn, P. Lang. F. Duym, S. Kovanchak, B. Bottos, J. Austin, B. Keenan, D. Maksymiu. 


Liberal Club 

The Liberal Club has just completed its fourth year of 
operations. Activities were dosely connected with the pro¬ 
gram outlined by the National Liberal Federation and the 
National Liberal Advisory Council. All in all, the club en¬ 
joyed a very successful year at Assumption. 


Progressive-Conservatives 

At the regular meetings of the Progressive Conservative 
Club, the members try to follow the aims of the Canadian 
Conservative Party. High ranking Conservative leaders visit 
the club and provide the members with information on the 
major actions of the government. 


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(Sitting) M, Martin, C, Masse, A. Pettypiece, D. Gillier. (Standing) J. Carpenter, A, Booth, B. Ouellette, V. Marcus 


Political Science-Economics 


“To carry knowledge gained in the classroom and to 
discuss such knowledge at regular meetings in an informal 
manner / 1 This ts the purpose of the Political Science-Ec¬ 
onomics club. The club has ample opportunity to hear dis¬ 
tinguished men speak, regarding the problems of this field. 


World University Service 


At Assumption, the main activity of W.U,$. is the spon¬ 
sorship of Treasure Van, which, besides giving students an 
opportunity to purchase goods from foreign countries, pro¬ 
vides aid for needy Asian students* A spirit of good will 
and friendliness is the noble aim of this organization. 









ROW 1. L. Heglond, P, DiBiase, B. Hill, J. Dorko [Presidenij, D. Ranier, A, Roth, M. Grzegocka, P. lemire, ROW 11. B. SeM, B, Dick, C. Bruegge- 
man, I. Macko, M. Monaahan. ROW 1M. B. Barry, A. Chauvin, B. Elisha, C. Mepham, L, Nordella, E. Krisack, J, Csordas, D. Winch. ROW IV. 
T O Bnen, G. Hadre, N. Kupnick, G. Shunock, R. Buncic, Mr. M. Petras, (Moderator), T. Groves. ROW V. T. Johnson, C.S.B., T. Bales, C.S.B., J. 
C rusk shank, R. Reed, 


Biology Club 


Chemistry Club 


At the bi-monthly meetings of the Biology Club the mem¬ 
bers see films or hear guest speakers talk on a variety of 
scientific subjects. The members are usually students inter¬ 
ested in medicine, dentistry, and bacteriology. 


In our modern age, Chemistry plays an important role in 
the pursuit of knowledge. This, the members of the Chem¬ 
istry Club fully realize. Films, tours, and guest speakers are 
presented, to show the members what remains to be accom¬ 
plished in the field of Chemistry, 


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Vegh, M. Murphy. ROW 111. B. Annefl, J. Gimpel, T. Sperctnzmi, L Khoubesserian, J. Komi nor, L Dibbley, B. Walton. ROW IV, R. Powelek 1. 
Reilly, R. Ottenbrite, W. Agof, D. Moore, D. Yates, O. MyJIyoja, L. Kryk. 

ROW V. B. St. Germain, H„ Y. Lo, J. Dtederich, J. Theriault, R, Belanger, M. Endo. 





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ROW 1. P. Welacky, L. Kubis, W. Pulleyblank. J. Lieshman, W. Howarth, P. Arbor. M. Dienesch, R. Burns. B. Jacques. M. Prince. H. Arnowitz, K. 
Long. L. Gale. ROW 11 R. Shaw. J. Gimpel, C. Kerr. T. Wright. P. Riley, H. Johnson. D. Morisson, L Bontront. ROW 111. J. Evans, A. Speranzini, 
L. Houbeserian, P. Darderian, R. Pawelek, J. Untch, R. Lanza, D. Sbrolla, J. Douqlas, P. Alexander. ROW IV. P. MacDonald, P. Pula, G. Crouch- 
man, W. French, D. Newman, R. Armour, G. Stanley, R. Primeau. D. Lauzon. ROW V. F. Monseque, F. Harnadek. B. Dydyk, K. McDonald, R. 
Pettypiece, W. Wilson, J. Loebach, G. Dunlop. ROW VI. M. Melconian, G. Monforton, D. Peach, E. Stutz, R. Rochon, C. St. Pierre, R. Rayzak. 


Engineering Society 

The Engineering Society was formed, here at Assumption, during the 1957-58 
term. The society aims at promoting the interests of its members in the many fields 
of applied engineering. In the club, there is a strong link between industry and 


the classroom. 




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Members of the Commerce Club enjoy dinner and a guest speaker ai The Three Bears,” 


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ROW 1 P. Bandy, J. Turnbull, V, Ohanession, S. Seminuk, M, Biro. B. Keenan, A. Musslo, F. Bisson, T. Diatchenko, ROW 11. J, Pentesco S 
? St ,T' J .' B =l ef ,Secfetaf Vl Mf. W. Hon son, M. M. Brownlie, M. C. Watson, £. Johnston (President!, Mr. M, Zin, B, Thayer (Treasured D Unsol 
J. Mussio. ROW 111, A. MocKenzie, t>. Mokysmiu, F. Roman, E. Seidel, J. Ferroluti. E. Wakutich, G. Pennington, B. Hitbers, W Beyer J Stuart 
G. Crawford R Gordon, E. Drokich, B, Vijuk. M. Martin, ROW 1V. D. Pearson, M, (Caplin. B, Lusy. fi. Refcio, J. Nanni, T, Honss, B. McMullen 
R, Jo tm, I. Chandler, S. Fleming, G, Mermelf, B, Dittrich, L Marsonnville, P. Mitchell, J. Hales, 


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To give its members a complete knowledge of the business world and its 
techniques is the aim of the Commerce Club. The club has monthly dinners and 
invites important leaders from the business world to address them on current 




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Back Row (I. to r.) M. Keenan, D. Cole, V. Harwood, R. Tomanelli, P. OGrody. D. Dore, B. Rourke. S. Sollway. P. Kohlmeier, D. Chernets, E. Kuntz. 
Front Row: P. Tuite, P. Marcella, D. Pajot, E. Heinz, V. Burgoyne, J. Kohlmeier, L. Brockman. Seated: R. LaCoursiere. 


Psychology Club 

The Psychology Club was created for furthering the know¬ 
ledge and experience of students in the practical aspects 
of Phsychology. The club features guest speakers, student 
seminars, field trips and films. Fr. Fehr has given the club 
excellent guidance and thoughtful suggestions in his post 
as moderator. 


French Club 

“To learn proper pronunciation of the French language." 
This is the main aim of the French Club. The club has im¬ 
proved greatly since the innovation of the language lab¬ 
oratory. The club devotes its time to discussion, in French, 
of current topics and French Literature. 






Row I: P. Murphy, J. Comuzzi (secretary), B. Cameron (trees.), J. DeMarco (vice-president), K. McGovern (pres.). Dr. L. McCarthy (moderator), M. 
Markham. Row II: G. Delrue, M. Doucet, S. Deziel, D. Lyttle, L. Ryan, D. Novacelle, E. Mclean. 















United Nations Philosophy Club 

With an ambitious scope, and large membership, mot- Animated by the spirit of truth, conscious of the common 

ivated by the spirit of world solidarity and co-operation, treasures of our culture and our classical heritage, the Phil* 

the U.N. Club in its frequent seminars, panels and interesting osophy Club participates in a fruitful dialogue, 

discussions, quickened the interest in world affairs. The year 
was highlighted by the Canadian-American Seminar of 
international interest, 

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P. GiEmour [Pres.| H W. Krempo, V. Harwood, M r Pandzkh, j, Deery, L leduc, R, Paril 
T. Pettmon, P. Jamieson, R. Quinn, A. Gervais, $, Viiuk, L Peco 


J. Bowler, V. Burgoyne, T. Forman, Dr. Deck, Fr. Macdonald, M. Markham, M. ftiordan, S. Pogliusa, D. Bradley, V, Tremblay, N r Lariccia, 

D. Harris, D. Gillier, G. Glover, C.Ss.fiL, K r Burke, CSs.R,, T, O'Connell, R. Bunek. 


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Mrs, E. Broy, Rev. R, Flood, G. Lynch, J. Hoymes, J. Chambers, $, Nuspl. S. Fraser, R Paremo, C.3.B,, L. F3nke, P. Murphy, B. Cameron, M. 
Krng, J f Pawfowski. 


F. Brokenshlre, S. Zoukich, Rev, J. Daley, CS.B., D. Chernefs, P, Freel 






















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T !L r n u B Jacques. H. Arnow.tr. M. Prince, K. Long. D. Peach. C. Kerr. K. Riley. B. Howarth, P. Arbor. Second Row: J. Kiss (C.S B ) 

T. Wright. J- Douglas, H. Johnson, G. Monforton. W. Wilson. J. leishman, P. MacDonald. M. Dienish. R. Pawlek. L. Khoubesserian. j. Gimpel L Gale 
L Brennan. Th.rd Row: P. Welacky, C. St. Pierre. G. Stutr, R. Rayzok. G. Dunlop. P. Alexander, K. Lubis, B. Pulleyblank R Lanza 


Engineering Institute of Canada - Student Chapter 

Assumption's Chapter of the Engineering Institute of Canada provides a means 
for our Engineering Students to get acquainted with the Engineering profession 
through association with adult Engineers across Canada. 



Members of the E.I.C. Executive attend a regular meeting. 













‘THE TOUCH BEARERS’ 


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D. Moncrieff. P, Gory, C Fisher, D, Zimmerman, 0. DeSantis, C Mepham, D, Mady, W. Ellng, M. McConvilfe. 


Drama Club 

In November, the Drama Club presented "The Torch 
Bearers" written by George Kelly. This play was a satire on 
community players and the problems that they meet m 
producing their plays. In March, the dub presented "The 
Family Reunion" by T. 5, Eliot. 


Student Guide 

The student body of Assumption wishes to thank the 
staff of the "Student Guide" for this invaluable piece of lit¬ 
erature. This book contains the name, address and phone 
number of each student attending Assumption University. 


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Mrs. Zakon, E. Karapasovski, L. Pohuda, T. Zakon, S. Berbynuk, S. Semeniuk. 


Russian Scholars 

All eyes are focused on Mrs. Zakon as she reads the 
poetry of Pushkin in its original tongue to her Russian Class. 
Mrs. Zakon has been teaching Russian here at Assumption 
University for the past three years. 


Cheerleaders 

C'mon Blue! Cmon Gold! C’mon White! We hear these 
words echoing from the lips of our cheerleaders at our 
basketball games. In addition to leading the yells at the 
games, the cheerleading squad has been a strong promoter 
of school spirit. 


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S. Brooks, B. Mountford, P Rochon, J. Gaxarek, J. Clark, J. DeMarco, i. Bacher, M. Norwood, D, Lefebure, M. Soganich, 
L Do Silvo, N, Bhumgara, M. Gann, j. Pi Giulio, D. Gonsalves, R, Dilicka, B, Ouellette, J, Mahon, Jim Stoner |ot the piano) 



B, Morgan, P. J. Black (Editor), L Olsen (Editor). 



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1\ Wright, G. Dunlop, ft. Finley, Capf, N r Robertson, Copt. P. Deneau, 
Crawford, I. Lapka, W. Money, J. Friesen, J t Mahon. 


J. Brabant, B, Howarth, G. Chapman, J. Rajki, 0. Manner, G. Roy, D, Pierce, G. Shankhn, C. Mepham, F*L Mailing B. Woods, 
D. Choptfany, ft. Primeau. 


G. Holmes, D. Steel, R. ftochon, A, Small, J. Devlin, S. Fraser, C. LeFatve, 
A. Flewelling, Wood, W* Courtier. 


D. Malette, J, Biro, K . Beralre, R. Delcol, D. Pennington, R. Hakem, 
D. Ryan, H, Callaghan, S. Guerra, B. O Mol ley, N. Kupnicki, B. Gill, J, 
Csordas, M, Berrettti. 



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Mrs, C. Perry, M,A,, 
Director of Publicotions 


Rev. C. Drouillord C.S.B., Ph,D. 
Mode rotor 


Editor-in-Chief 


R. Quinn, D. Farmiloe, L Rnke, P. Kennedy (Editor), M. Butcher, G. Dunlop, 
B. Pulleyblonk, J. Pa lowski, J. Stefonski, M. Pomojba, M. Morr, J. Homes, 
$, L'Heureux, B. Everitt, 


Lorry Finke, Paul Kennedy (Editor-in-Chief], Jerry Homes {Sports Editor} 


Morg Butcher (Feature's Editor), 


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Ken Glee son, Dolores Adams 


Joyce Parent 
Editor-in-Chief 


Rosemary Gdesinger, Jim Streeter 


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Moderator 


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Assistant Editor 












Don t let your studies 

Interfere with your college education 


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And Father Daley played jazz 


Impromptu Performance 




























BARBARA MOUNTFORD 


Charming Freshman Dorif Kriss Was Crowned Frosh Queen. 


DANIEL RENIER 


DOROTHY CHASELEY 


MARTHA GOSLING 


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Hgiloween Dance 


Christmas Dance 


Christmas Fantasy 


Sadie Hawkin'* Dance 




















United Nations Club Seminar 


and banquet 


Children's Christmas Party 


Treasure Van at Assumption 


Drama Club's Torch Bearers' 




































Holy Nome - Girls' Residence 


Just before curfew 


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THE TWENTY-TWO CHRISTIANITY AND CULTURE CONTRIBUTORS 

• Signd Undioi • Jacques Maritain • Etienne Gilson • Chriplophar 
Dawson • Robert Spealghf • John Cogley * Ivin Mestrovlc • Fried¬ 
rich Wilhelm Foenfer * Charles Mi lilt • Barbara Ward 1 • Hugh Kenner 

• Noel Mailloux, O.R. * Manhall Mciohan * Frank O'Malley * Thomea 
P. Neill • Ruth Anthen * Peter Drucker * Sir Robert Falconet 

• Lawrence E, Lynch • Dorothy Donnelly • Donald McDonald • J, 
Stanley Murphy, C.S.ft. 


Besides the thirty regular presentations of the 
twenty-seventh season, two special events stand 
out: (1) The simultaneous publication by Palm 
Publishers of Montreal and Helicon Press of Balti- 
more of CHRISTIANITY AND CULTURE, an anthology 
of essays by eleven Christian Culture Award Med¬ 
allists and nine lecturers from the Series, with a Pre¬ 


face by Donald McDonald and an Introduction by 
the editor, Rev, X Stanley Murphy, GS.B*, Founder 
and Chairman. (2) The presentation of the 1961 
Christian Culture Award to author-professor and 
business consultant PETER DRUCKER via CK.L.W.-TV, 
in order to reach a wider audience. 




























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Gals at Holy Names College often took time 
out from studies to sit around and peruse the 
latest magazines or last year s yearbook. And 
when they relaxed, they relaxed! Gall, get your 
feet off the table! 


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This crane lifted a million bricks to be cement¬ 
ed into the walls for the three million dollar Pure 
and Applied Science building. 


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There is always one student who is ready to 
show others the mechanics of mechanics. And 
then there is always one student as we have 
shown here who says "You do it, I'll write down 
everything that happens." Actually, this is not 
the lazy man's way but the friendly man's way 
and it's a whole lot simpler too. 


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Professors showed students how to use and 
care for the valuable equipment in Essex College 
and this same equipment enabled the science 
men and engineers to carry out difficult experi¬ 
ments and tests. The first rule they learned was 
'“handle with care." 


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Judy Stefanski, the prettiest and most popular 
girl at Assumption, begins her homecoming 
reign with a big kiss* 




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One of the biggest assets to the student on 
campus is the language lab where pronunciation 
can be practised and where one can just sit and 
listen and absorb the sounds of the language he 
studies* Here again, extreme care in handling 
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Dr. Frank A* Demarco, Ph,D., F.C.I.C, Prindpal 
of Essex College displays the Coat of Arms to 
students upon receiving it from the Royal College 
of Arms in Britain. 


Rev. A. J. Grant, CS.B., AA.A. Professor and 
Head Biology Deportment demonstrating mam¬ 
mal life to the students. 


J^ancjiiacjs, 


Assumption University has a very modem and 
up-to-date Language Department. Shown here 
is the French Language Laboratory. The audio¬ 
visual technique assists tremendously in learn* 
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Department of Economics and Political Science 
delivering a lecture in Economics. 


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Friendly relations are fostered between the two 
countries through arranging seminars and talks. 
Approximately 16 % of the student populace 
comes from foreign lands. 




Professor J, M, Brownlie, BA, M.BA of the 
Department of Business Administration teaching 
Accounting and Statistics. 





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William Todd, Vice President. Brian Q'Mafley, President; Paul Burry. Paul Carton, Jon Austin, Donald AAabymiu, Jerome Vei: 







Mr. Honk Biosattr, coach of Lancers 


Mr Dick Mori arty, d Erector of athletics 





































































Lyle Strelczyk, John Ferracuti, George Sloney, Thomas Dunn, James Stewart, Paul Owens, John Dunn, William Sawarna. 

Stephen Fleming, Joseph Yager, Michael Stoylca, Paul Habib r Christopher Speyer. 

Albert Callaghan, Bruce Deltrklc, Frank Feeley, Robert Wilds, Robert Cooper, Lawrence Giroux, Bowes Dempsey. Coach Joseph Deane. 

























John Matus, Robert Morchand, Claudio Brunotti, Ronald Rinaldi, Gabriel Guzzo, Andrew Klzik, William Todd, Anthony Kacsten, Richard O 1 Connor, Melvin Martin, 
John Reilly, Ronald Wagenburg, Robert Vijuk, James Letshman, Pother Murray, Terry Cameron, Gerald Carpenter, Paul Burry, Richard Gazzola, Al Polrmae, Michael 
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Robert Wilds, Paul Caftan, Verne Mandole$i, Andrew Gillies, Joseph Yagar H George Yaworsky, 

John Ferraluti , Brian Nolan, Robert Anderson, Michael Stoyka, Bowes Dempsey, Albert Callaghan, Gerald Do her 


Ronald Jeszke, John Amyot r Leo McCabe, Robert Carder. 

Jerome Bielis, Raymond Marentette, Murray Trudell, Brian Turner 


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Frederick Roman, Ronold Gordon, Dcvid Harris, Robert Christie, Donald Maksymiu, Paul Burry. 

Thomas Foreman, William Todd, Edward Lufnley, Ronatd Rinaldi, Robert Gardner, Brian O AAofley, Frank Willingham. 














































































Bill Brown, John Volpe, Rick McNair, Fred Mossing, Prisco Nardone, Frank Beloney, Paul Allen, Coach Ed Chittaro, 
Garity, Bob Horvath, John Sladich, Bemie Friesmuth, Frank Giblin. 




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Martin Albert, B.A. 


Fred Alexander, B.A. 


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Gerald Baker, B.Comm. 



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Clifford Amyotte, B.A. 


Carol Bauer, Dip.Nsg.Ed. 




Kenneth Benoit, B.Sc. 




Pvelyne Berry, Dip.Nsg.Ed. 


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Mary Jane Bell, B.A. 




Michael Bird, B.Comm. 


Francis Bisson, B.Comm. 


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Paul Bondy, B.Comm. 




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Samuel Bondy, B.Sc. 


Douglas Bouillon, B.A. ^ ^ 


Angelo Bovenzi, C.S.B., B.A. 













Carol Brueggeman, B.Sc. 


Frank Brokenshire, B.A. 


Jeannie Bowler, B.A. 


Victoria Burgoyne, B.A. 


Raymond Burvcic, B.A, 


Claudio Brunetti, B.A., Sc. 


Paul Burry, B.Comm. 


Kevin Burke, C.Ss.R., B.A. 


Richard Campeau, B.A. 


Terence Cameron, B.Comm 


Edmundo Cameron, B.Comm. 


John Carrico, B.Sc. (Hon.Phys.) 


Jerome Carpenter, B.A. 






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John Chambers, B.A. 
(Won Fng.Lang. & Lit.) 


Arlene Chauvln, B.Sc, 


Brian Cements, B + A, 


Donald Cole, B.A 


Joseph Crawford, C.S&.R., B.A 


Sarah Crumb, Dip.Nsg.Sd. 


Gerald Cunningham, B.A., Sc. 


Arthur Day, B,A. 


Gerald Delaney, B.A. 


George Dennis, B.A, 


Terry Diatthenko, B.Comm, 


John Diederich, B.Sc. (Hon.Chem.J 


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James Dorko, B.Sc. 


William Donnelly, C.Ss.R., B.A. 


Edward Dixon, B.A, 


Paul Duchene, B.Comm. 


Robert Drlicka, B.A. 


Eli Drakich, B.Comm 


Suzanne Dunn, B.A. 


Michael Eagen, B.A. 


Morris Dzis, B.A. 




Frank Dupont, B.Sc. 

Patrick Dunnion, B.A. 



























William Evil, B.A. {Hon.Psych,) 


Eugene Ewa&ehyck B.A, 


John Faust, B.Sc 


William Fitzgerald, CSs.R., B.A, 


James Foster; B.A, 


Richard Gazzola, B.A., Sc 


Leonard Gensens, B,5c, 


Angela Getvais, B.A, 


DeLancey Gillier, B.A, 


George Glover. CSs.R., B.A, 


Ronald Gordon, B.Comny 


Robert Gourl ay, B.Comm, 











Rosemary GriesEnger, B.A 


James Grier, 8, A. 


James Gronnan, CSs.R,, B.Th 


Gabriel Guzzo, BA 


Graham Hutchinson, B.A. 


Morton Kaplan, B.Comm, 


Roger Jolie, B.Comm. 


Edmund Johnston, Hon.&Xomm, 


Michael Keenan, B r A, fHon.Psych.] 


Breen Keenan, B.Comm, 














Deanna Kelsh, B.A 


Fred Khoury, B.Comm 


Margo King, BA 


Andrew Kizik, B.A. [Hon.Psych.J 


John Kruickshank, B.A, 


Edward Kuntz, C.S.B., B.A. 


Louii Lanca, B.A,, Sc, 









Susan L'Heureux, B.A 


William Lemmon, B.A. 


William Lourette, B.A., Sc. 


Donald Maksymiu, B.Comm. 


Irene Macko, B.Sc. 


Robert Marino, C.Ss.R., B.A. 


Robert Marchand, B.A. 


Paul Marcella, B.A. 


Mel Martin, B.A. 


William Marotta, B.A. 


^ Robert Lever, B.Comm. 





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Robert Morgon, B.A. 
IHon.Eng. & Hist.) 


Gerald Monforton, B.A., Sc. 


John Miller, B.A. 


Albert Mussio, B.Comm. 


Jacqueline Moro, B.A. 


Robert Morin, B.A, 


Loretta Nardella, B.Sc. 


John Nanni, B.Comm, 


John Mussio, B.Comm 




i r s 

Antonio Navarro, B.A. 

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Terrence O’Connell, B.A. 














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Vartan Ohannessian, B.Comm, 


Gerald Olsen, B.A. 
(Hon.Eng. & Hist.) 


Brian O Malley, B.Comm, 


Edward O'Neill, B.A., Sc. 


Richard O'Neill, C.S.B., B.A 


Robert O'Rourke, B.A. 


Stanley Oster, B.Comm 


Donald Pa jot, B.A. 


Martin Pandzich, B.A. 


Raymond Paramo, C.S.B., B.A. 


Joyce Parent, B.A. 


James Payne, B.A. 










Richard Peacock, B,A. 


J oseph Pen tesco, B. Cofnm, 


Allan Pfianzner, BA., Sc. 


William PuJIeyblank, B.A., Sc. 


Anne Pullen, 


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Helen Pearce, B,A. 

Louis Peco, 0,A. 



Lea Pohuda, BA, 

Charles Pinnegar, B.Sc. 




Richard Pfaff, B.Sc. 

Anne Petty piece, BA 




















Arthur Roberts, B,A r , Sc, 


Robert Salter, B r A. 


Helmut Schankula, B,Sc, 


Marlene Schick, B,Sc, 



Frederick Roman, BXomm. 



Eva Sadowska, B,A. 





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Benny Solvatore, C.S,B. P & r A r 




Donald Sbrolla, 

B.A., Sc. 



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Robert sherry, B.A., Sc. 


Edward Sheridan, CS.B,, B.A. 


Catherine Senaiko, Dip. Nig. Ed 


George Shunock, B.Sc. 


Rev. Michael Sosutski, CS,B. 
M.A, | Psych,) 


Constance Skrok, Dip.Nsg*Ed. 


Richard Stromatt, C.S.B., B.A 


Carl St. Pierre, B.A,, Sc, 



Joseph Sin, B.Sc. 

Walter Sigmund, B.A., Sc. 






















Edmund TEghe, B,A. 


Joseph Timko, B,3c. 


William Todd, e.Comm 


Vincent Tremblay, CS.B-, B.A 


B.Comm, 


John TurnbuU, B.Comm. 


Sifter Ubaldtne, B.A, 


Murray Valiquette, B.A, 


Robert Vansfone, B.Sc. 


Jack Vicary, B.Comm, 


Dorothy de Villegas, B.A, 


Siek Waffenaar, B.Sc. 


Gary Weir, 8,Comm. 


Peter Welacky, B.A., Sc, 



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Byng Willoughan, B.A, 


8 ever I e v Wh 1 ppl e, B« A< 


David Whalen, C.Ss.R., B.A. 


Winston Wang, BA, Sc t 


William Wilson, BA, Sc. 


David Wilson, B.Comm. 


Sheila Wright, B.A, 

























Assumption University of Windsor 

UNIVERSITY COLLEGE — ESSEX COLLEGE — HOLY NAMES COLLEGE 
CANTERBURY COLLEGE — HOLY REDEEMER COLLEGE 

COURSES OFFERED 
1961 - 1962 

DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY in Chemistry. 

MASTER OF ARTS in Economics, English, History, Philosophy, Political Science, 
Psychology. 

MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION. 

MASTER OF SCIENCE in Biology, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics. 

MASTER OF APPLIED SCIENCE. 

BACHELOR OF ARTS (Honours Course) with major in Economics and Political 
Science, English Language and Literature, English and French, EngHsh 
and Spanish, French and Spanish, English and Philosophy, English and 
History, History (Economics option or Philosophy option), Philosophy 
and Psychology, Psychology, Philosophy (Science option). 

BACHELOR OF ARTS (General Course) with major in Economics, English, French, 
Geography, History, Home Economics, Modern Languages, Philosophy, 

Political Science, Psychology, Sociology, Spanish, Religious Knowledge. 

BACHELOR OF COMMERCE (Honours Business Administration). 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (Honours Course) with major in Biochemistry, Biology, 
Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Physics, Mathematics 
and Physics. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE (General Course) with major in Biology, Chemistry, 
Mathematics, Physics. 

BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN NURSING, with major in Nursing Education, Public 
Health Nursing. 

BACHELOR OF APPLIED SCIENCE (Engineering) — Degrees in Chemical, Civil, 
Electrical, Mechanical Engineering, Engineering Physics. 

BACHELOR OF THEOLOGY. 

DIPLOMA COURSES in Management, Nursing Education, Public Health Nursing, 

Certificate in Business Administration. 

COURSES in Pre-Dentistry, Pre-Law, Pre-Medicine, Pre-Optometry, Pre- 
Pharmacy. 



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AKF1TN FUR CO. 


484 Pelissier St. 


CL 3-5612 


Compliments and Best Wishes 

G. A. Ingram Co. (Canada) Ltd. 

hospital, PHYSICIANS and 
LABORATORY SUPPLIES 

1101 Ouellette Ave. 

Phone CL 4-6484 Windsor, Ont. 


REGAL PAINT & WALLPAPER CO. 

Distributors of 
VALSPAR FINISHES 

Super VALSPAR Varnishes & Enamels 

1304 Wyandotte East (Cor. Hall) 

CL 6-3145 


A J GERVAIS FURS LTD. 

Known for Fine Furs 

RESTYLING CLEANING 

EXCLUSIVE BUT NOT EXPENSIVE 
GUARANTEED '‘COLD STORAGE” 

ON THE PREMISES 

762 Ouellette CL 3-2111 


JACQUES PRINTING 

CREATIVE PRINTING 
THREE GENERATIONS 


1484 Wyandotte St. West 


Cl. 46575 


COMPLIMENTS 


ASSUMPTION UNIVERSITY of WINDSOR 


Dominion Forge Ltd 


2480 Seminole. Windsor 


CL 4-7545 


DOMINION TIRE STORES 

Cor. Hall & Tecumseh Rd. East 
DOMINION ROYAL TIRES 
GUNS. SUPPLIES AND AMMO 


CL 3-2409 


CAR RADIOS — BICYCLES 


CL 3-2400 


REYNOLDS PICTURE FRAMINGS 
AND ART GALLERY 

Art Exhibits Monthly 

Art Lessons, Art Supplies, Picture Framing 


1532 Wyandotte St. East 


CL 4-4115 


Ace Vacuum 
and Sewing Machine Co. 

Wholesale and Retail 
Domestic and Industrial 
LOCAL SERVICE FOR ALL MAKES 

31 AVyandotte E. at Ouellette CL 2-7452 


Dominion Press (windsorj limited 

FINE PRINTING 

Correctly Styled 

At Moderate Prices 
OFFICE FORMS 
WEDDING STATIONERY 


235 Wyandote E, 


CL 3-7903 















For Hotter 
Service . . 


For MASONRY UNITS 


READY-MIX CONCRETE 
and all your 


BUILDERS’ SUPPLIES 


STERLING BUILDING MATERIALS 

LIMITED 




TOOL & DIE MAKERS 


OSCAR’S MARKET 

Tools Dies Special Machinery 

Groceries - Meats 

Fruits and Vegetables 

LAW & ANDERSON 


QUALITY - SERVICE 

LIMITED 


* 

3822 Sandwich St. W. 

CL 2-2807 

Phone CL 3-5569 



90 Erie Street West 


HAWKESWOOD GARAGE 

LIMITED 

COMPLETE COLLISION SERVICE 
Painting 

Body and Fender Repairs 

270 Erie St* East Phone CL 4-1108 Windsor 


To Protect Your Life Drive Carefully 

To Protect Your Health 
Use 

FILTER QUEEN 

o healthier way la live 


1372 Wyandotte St. E. 


CL 2-0921 


Reproductions by CL 4-8662 

BYRON BLUEPRINTING SERVICE LTD. 

* Photostats * Blue-White Prints 

* Winsor & Newton Artist Supplies 

77 Wyandotte St. E. 


Norbury & Lake 

ACCOUNTANTS 
& AUDITORS 

CL 4-8702 

241 Drouillard Rd. at 
Riverside Dr. 
Windsor, Ont. 


LIBBY Manufacturing Co. Ltd. 

Roll Away Beds and Sun Tan Cots 
Ribbon & Cable Bed Springs 
WHOLESALE ONLY 

Highway 2 at Ban well Phone SE 5-9421 


CANADIAN MECHANICAL HANDLING 
SYSTEMS LTD. 

CL 6-1828 


Compliments of 

HAMEL & TAYLOR SHOES 

Tot* In Teens — Children's 
Shoe Specialist 

328 Pellissier Street 
CL 3-4423 

1243 Grand Marais Rd. W. 

YO 9-0550 


Deal with Us with Confidence 

MIKE’S SERVICE GARAGE 

Complete Automobile Service Garages 

205 Wyandotte St. E. at Windsor Ave. Phone CL, (5-891(1 

Also Body Work, Painting 


Phone CL. 4-13U 


1340 Cataraqui St, 
















Compliments of 



DAY OR NIGHT 

Our Extra Effort Assures Quality 

Toronto, Hamilton, London, Windsor, Port Arthur 

FLOOR FINISHING SPECIALISTS 
1445 University W. CL 6-5011 


WYANDOTTE SERVICE STATION 


TEXACO PRODUCTS 


320 WyandoH* St. East 


CL 6*3983 Ummbenhower Mgr*. 


CHILDREN S CENTRE 


WINDSOR’S CHILD GOODS CENTRE 


Pekar’s 

Restaurant-Delicatessen 

& 

Riverside Grill 

PEKAR’S PEKAR’S 

RESTAURANT RIVERSIDE 

DELICATESSEN GRILL 

CL 2-1186 WH 5-3973 

754 Oulette 3405 Riverside Dr. Rvrsd. 


Cor. Dougatl and Wyandotte 

Compliments of 

Union Gas Company 
Of Canada Ltd. 

-★ 

SHUSTS' 

POULTRY FARMS 

Growers of that special meat type 
Chicken and Turkey. 

The Super-eating Chicken and Turkey of 
all time. 

Farm fresh 52 weeks of the year. 


Compliments of... 

WHIT E 

RESTAURANT 

and 

“THE ELBOW ROOM” 
"Windsor’* Finest” 

Phone CL 2-8084 33 Pitt St. E. 

WINDSOR, ONTARIO 


Compliments of 



BREAD LIMITED 

BREAD — SWEET GOODS — CAKES 

London — Chatham — Amherstburg 


Amherstburg, Ont. 


CL 4-8497 


ONTARIO 





































Best Wishes to Assumption 


from the 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

CANADIAN BRIDGE 


Division of 

PARAMOUNT WINDSOR THEATRES 

DOMINION STEEL and COAL 


CORPORATION LIMITED 


W alkervi lie Ontario 

LIMITED 

Chair and Table Rental Service 

J. P. Thompson Associates 

Daily, Weekly and Monthly Rates 

Sales Division Distributors of 


Nesting and Folding Chairs and Tables 

Factory Prices On Large Selection 

ARCHITECTS 

Delivered and Pickup 


RENT-ALL COMPANY 


CL 4-7300 After Hours Call YO 9-3320 

DOUGLAS BLDG. WINDSOR, ONT. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

LIVINGSTON 

WOOD MANUFACTURING LTD. 


son 

CONSTRUCTION CO. 


TILLSONBURG, ONT. 


HEAD OFFICE 

TILLSONBURG 


BRANCH PLANT 

GRAVENHURST 


EXCAVATING SIDEWALKS 
DRAINS & SEWERS WATER MAINS 
DRIVEWAYS BASEMENTS 

Free Estimates 

922 Langlois CL 2-4244 




















Ford of Canada encourages young people 
in their search for education. 

Over the past seven years, 41 university 
scholarships, each for a four-year course 
at a recognized college or university in 
Canada, have been awarded to sons and 
daughters of Ford employees* 

Ford of Canada helps support youth pro¬ 
grams including the very successful 4-H 
Clubs, As welh teaching aids and educa¬ 
tional motion pictures are made available 
to Canadian schools, and, in many com¬ 
munities, our dealers participate in High 
School driver education projects. 

Ford of Canada is proud to be associated 
with many educational activities, because 
we believe that a sound education is the 
best preparation for the challenges and 
opportunities of the future. 


EDUCATION 

preparation for 
the challenges 
and opportunities 
of the future 


FORD MOTOR COMPANY OF CANADA, LIMITED 


NORTH AMERICA'S FINE CARS: Ford * Falcon ■ Meteor * Comet - Mercury * Monarch ■ Thunderbird - 
Lincoln Continental BRITISH FORD LINE: Anplia 105E * Prefect * Consul ■ Zephyr ■ Zodiac GERMAN 
FORD LINE: Taunus 12M • Taunus 17M FOR INDUSTRY AND AGRICULTURE: Ford Trucks ■ Mercury 
Trucks ' Thames Vans and Buses - Ford Tractors * Fordson Tractors ■ Fordson Diesel Industrial Engines * 
Farm Implements • Industrial Equipment TO REPLACE QUALITY WITH QUALITY: Genuine Ford Parts 










ED GOYEAU & SONS CO. LTD 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


CL 4-3123 795 Caron 


Compliments of 

MODERN CLEANERS 

801 Louis Avenue Phone CL 3-5274 


ROY AND HUEBERT LTD. 

Painting Contractor 

1445 Tecumseh E. CL 6-3151 


PARE ELECTRIC COMPANY 

Power and Light Installations 
Industrial—Commercial—Residential 
REPAIRS — ALTERATIONS 
Satisfaction Assured 

912 Tecumseh Road East Phone CL 6-3147 


Compliments of 

SCOTT NURSERIES 

RE 3-2212 
KINGSVILLE 


Compliments 

Murphy Tobacco Ltd. 

656 University Street West CL 3-6351 


RIVERSIDE TAXI 
W H 5-3311 

208 RIVERDALE, Riverside 

STAND 1— Wyandotte E. at Villaire 

STAND 2—At Abar’s 

STAND 3—Dominion Store, Riverside 


McKEE MORRISON ELECTRIC 
CO. LTD. 

866 Tecumseh Rd. E. CL 6-3138 

AFTER HOURS 

Alex Morrison—120 Glidden, Riverside—WH 5-4366 
Andrew McKee-2898 Alexandra-CL 3-7154 


Marentette’s Book Store 

Phone CL 3-8992 129 Ouellette, Windsor 


Creative Printing 

A Complete Art Department 
Full Colour Work Our Specialty 

Sumner Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd. 

120 Ferry St. CL 4-8678 


Compliments of 

Strong Meat Market 

3010 Tecumseh East WH 5-6911 


Compliments of 

NANTAIS SPORT SHOP 

Red and Russ 

2053 Wyandotte St. West CL 2-7422 


Millinoff J. Paper Stock 

1730 Howard Avenue Phone CL 3-3733 


BART EVON FURNITURE 

We Have the KROEHLER Line 
“Add New Life to Your Home Life” 
Headquarters for Newlyweds & To-Be-Weds 
No. 18 Highway, LaSalle 
RE 4-7851 


VETS CLEANERS 

congratulate 

Assumption University of Windsor 
704 Felix Ave. CL 6-5484 


Compliments from 

Vix Products Co. 

MANUFACTURERS OF SOAPS, DETERGENTS, 
WAXES AND POLISHES 

“ANITATION FOR HEALTH 
1057 Felix Avenue 
























For Your Viewing Pleasure ... 

CKLW-TV 


Compliments of 


ON CHANNEL 9 


HUSSEY 

Plumbing, Heating and Ventilating 

limited 

2117 FOREST AVE. at TEC RD. 


And for Your Listening Pleasure ... 

CKLW AM and FM 

800 on Your Radio Dial 


A. LOMBARDO AND SON 


PHONE CL 6-4569 


J. M. Hussey, President 


GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

• Industrial 

• Commercial 

• Residential Construction 


1238 Hanna East 


CL 2-4484 


GROWING IN STATURE. 


The steady growth in. the educational facilities of Assumption University, 
over the years, and its growing stature in the field of Canadian education 
are sources of pride for the people of this community. 


We at Chrysler of Canada are proud to be a part of Windsor development 
as a cultural and diversified manufacturing centre ... for what Windsor 
builds, whether it be educational and cultural facilities or quality products, 
builds Windsor. 


CHRYSLER CORPORATION OF CANADA, LIMITED 
PLYMOUTH DODGE VALIANT CHRYSLER 


DODGE TRUCKS 


FARGO TRUCKS 












WOOLATT FUEL & SUPPLY 
CO., LTD. 

BUILDER’S SUPPLIES—COAL — COKE 
In Business Since 1905 
2171 Ottawa St.—Windsor CL 4-2558 


Compliments of ... 

GIRARDS 

AL and LEO 
to 

Assumption University of Windsor 
866 Erie St. E. CL 6-1895 


BEARCAT HOME APPLIANCES 

Television - Refrigerators - Washers - Ranges 
680 Wyandotte Street E. Phone CL 3-6353 

Compliments of 

Brown’s Silk Shoppes 

WINDSOR—CHATHAM—SARNIA 
LEAMINGTON—ST. THOMAS 


MASTER CLEANERS 

(two plants to serve you) 

1081 Ottawa 1249 Grandmarais 

CL 3-6335 





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DETROIT INTER-NATIONAL 

THE BANK OF NOVA SCOTIA 


491 OUELLETTE AVE. 

D. B. McGee, Manager 


1357 OTTAWA ST 

D. M. Bell, Manager 



Shoes for the Entire Family 
2 GREAT STORES 13 


1329 Ottawa St. 


THE CROSBY PRINTING HOUSE 

3670 Walker at Mitchell 

CLearwater 6-6316 


Howard Evans Service Stations 

Randolph and Wyandotte West 
Bridge Ave. & Wyandotte St. West 
CL 2-8679 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

SPIC & SPAN 

CLEANERS — LAUNDERERS 

“Our Cleaning is an Art” 

SEVEN SMART STORES TO SERVE YOU! 


ADRIENS COFFEE SHOP 

The Home of Good Foods 


OSBORNE LUMBER CO. 

Lumber and Millwork—Coal and Coke 


198 Pitt Street West 


Phone CL 4-6617 


MILL ST. and HURON LINE 









^ A S5A ^ 

^ZalD&$ 


Compliments of 


/m 



MUNRO BOTTLING CO. 


1276 Drouillard 


WH 5-2418 


Compliments of 


ALUMATIC OF CANADA LTD. 


6161 Tecumseh Rd. E. 


WH 5-1105 




■ -Vi mmm s 



*ST 


BRIDGE COMPANY 

SCHWAB’S MEAT PRODUCTS LTD. 


3690 Sandwich St. W. 


CL 4-6020 


Dorwin Shopping Center 

IMPORTS AND DELICATESSEN 
PHONE CL 4-8302 


BALI-HI MOTOR HOTEL 

Completely Air Conditioned 
Banquet and Conference Rooms Available 
1280 Ouellette CL 6-4575 


TEPPERMAN’S 

Million Dollar Power Buying Cuts Furniture Costs 

People from all over Windsor, and South Wes¬ 
tern Ontario are switching daily to Tepperman’s 
for their furniture, home appliances, wall to 
wall carpeting, and most everything for the 
home. 

Tepperman’s 1214 Ottawa Street 


Dean Construction Co. Ltd. 


GENERAL CONTRACTORS 


St. Clair Beach 


SE 5-2612 


Compliments of 

HARRY GRAY 

PROPRIETOR 
To the Class of “60” 
Ottawa Street at Moy 


COPELAND’S BOOKSTORES LTD. 

485 Pelissier Street CL 2-1157 

1569 Tecumseh Rd. East CL 4-9484 

2054 Wyandotte St. West CL 4-4635 

1314 Wyandotte St., WH 8-4361 

Riverside 


REMINGTON DRY CLEANERS 

Pleasing You Means Success to Us 
All Work Done on Premises 
CITY WIDE SERVICE 
REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS, ETC. 

CL 3-5743 

70 SOUTH PACIFIC 


BRAVO CEMENT CONTRACTING LTD. 

Industrial — Commercial 
Concrete Flooring 


CL 4-0811 


Windsor 


IT IS EASIER TO PAY OUR WAY! 

PEOPLES 

Credit Jewellers, Limited 


302 OUELLETTE AVE. 


CL 4-7533 


BANWELL’S BETTER BAGGAGE 

SELLING QUALITY LUGGAGE AND LEATHER 

GOODS FOR OVER 50 YEARS 
494 PELLISSIER 


Owned and Operated by Alumni CL 4-2982 

Cliff A. Blonde, Clayt S. Blonde Windsor, Ont. 













- COMPLIMENTS OF - 

Nothing Equals the Glamour 

Of A FINE LAZARE FUR 


Over the years Lazare’s has been known as 
specialist in Fine Furs offering only outstand¬ 
ing quality, authentic styling—Furs fashioned 
by experts, surprisingly moderate in prices. 

And, you have the advantage of a very large 

l. McGill allan ltd. 

selection from which to choose. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

LAZARE’S FURS 


493 Ouellette Ave., Windsor 

W. L. NOBLE, P, PRESIDENT.CL. 4-4265 


MARIO’S TAVERN 

COMPLIMENTS 

Ideal for Club Parties 

OF 


NO COVER NO DOOR NO MINIMUM 

C. A. HOWELL & COMPANY 

755 Ouellette - Windsor 

DETROIT, MICHIGAN 

Phone CL 4-3392 Free Parking 


CROSS SUPPLIES & PAVING 
LIMITED 

CL 4-1166 

1272 WINDSOR 


THOMSON PRODUCE 

ESSEX COUNTY FOOD 
DISTRIBUTORS 

Office: Producers Cold Storage Bldg. 

1518 Mercer Street 


Windsor 


Ontario 





















There’s 
a place 


THE STEEL 


COMPANY 


for 


steel! 


CANADA. 


The need to produce more and more steel for Canada's progress 
calls for trained minds In the steel industry. The future will open 
many opportunities to graduates in engineering, the arts and 
sciences, business administration, commerce and finance. 

The graduate who finds an outlet for his abilities and energy at 
Stelco will be sure of a satisfying role in the story of a nation's 
growth, and of the rewards which accompany personal progress in 
a large, expanding organization. 

Plants in: Hamilton, Montreal, Toronto, Brantford, Lachine, 
Gananoque, Contrecoeur. 


LIMITED 


For all 

your banking 

Lakeliead Motors Ltd. 

requirements 

CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH - FARGO 

IMPERIAL 

Z& BAN 1C 

Sales and Service 

R }. Dorschell, Manager 

★ 

Sandwich Branch 


There are seven branches to serve 

you in the Windsor district. 

Port Arthur and Fort William, Ont. 










Holy Redeemer College and Seminary 


HOLY REDEEMER 


Both College and Seminary, Holy Redeemer prepares young men for 
priesthood in the missionary Congregation of the Most Holy Redeemer 
(C.Ss.R.). 

Students from every part of English-speaking Canada and Redemptorist 
missions in Japan study for their B.A., attending classes both at Holy 
Redeemer and the other colleges of the University. 

In addition to their B.A., students pursue an additional 4 years of study 
in Theology, Sacred Scripture, Church Law, Ecclesiastical History, 
Liturgy and Sacred Eloquence. 

As graduates of Assumption University Holy Redeemer they will be 
posted for missionary work to all parts of Canada, to Japan, or to 
graduate studies in universities here and abroad. 

The staff at Holy Redeemer comprises 6 professors in the theology 
faculty and 7 in the philosophy and arts department. Three of the 
latter are graduates of Assumption. Very Rev. Gerard Owens, C.Ss.R., 
and Father Edward Crowley, C.Ss.R. teach also at University College. 


























The 6,000 men and women of the RCAF’s Air Division in Europe are 
proud of the reputation they have earned for Canada, both as a mili¬ 
tary force for peace, and as ambassadors of good-will. 

Considered a key factor in the NA TO defence structure, the Canadian 
Air Division will soon be re-equipped with sleek, new 1400-mile an 
hour, CF-104 Starfighters. This record-breaking aircraft—popularly 
called “a-missi/e-with-a-man-in-it’"—will enable the RCAF to keep 
its position in the forefront of the Allied Air Forces in Europe, and 

strengthen NA TO's deterrent force in defence of freedom. 

For information concerning career opportunities in the 
RCAF for university graduates, contact 

RCAF RECRUITING UNIT, 

f 665 Oullette Ave, 

JW Windsor CL 3-6326 











We at the Windsor Utilities Commission are proud to have 
served Assumption throughout our much briefer history. 

Proud, are we too at the determination and foresight which 
have brought Assumption to its present stale of development 
and the plans which w ill make it greater, 

“The end of man is to serve the higher cause — knowledge 
will help him better serve the cause.” 


THE WINDSOR UTILITIES COMMISSION 


































Wherever you go this famous Heinz Keystone of 
quality is your guarantee of good food. Whatever 


your taste in food, you'll find perfection in the 
products marked Heinz. 


HEINZ.. • World-Famous for Fine Foods! 











'Distinctive Furniture Casts No More 

Bui Retain s Its At t rac ti veness Lange r ' 

BERNHARDT’S LTD. 

FURNITURE & APPLIANCES 
1G45 Wyandotte S. E. Phone CL 4-7568 


F. E. DA YUS COMPANY 


BONDED ROOFING 


246a Howard 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

WALKERVILLE MEN’S SHOP 

CLOTHING FOR MEN 
1600 Wyandotte Street E. 


TOP HAT SUPPER CLUB 


75 University East 


H W. ORMEROD & COMPANY UMITEO 


JOHN WEBB 

CLASS RINGS—SILER TROPHY CUPS 


General fnsurante Adjusters: Lloyd's Surveyors 


WINDSOR, ONTARIO 


610 CANADA TRUST Bldg 


D i amends—W a t che s—J e well er y 
Imported English Silverware and China 

552-556 Ouellette Ave. Windsor, Ontario 


PHONE CLeorwttir 4-3203 


Territory Covered: Essex, Kent A Lombton Counties 


HERBERT WINCH 

Building and General Contractor 
Repairs - Alterations 
Residential, Commercial, Industrial 
564 WINDSOR AVE CL 2 


CONGRATULATIONS TO THE GRADS OF 1961 


We hope to welcome future grads to our new 
home in the University Centre next year. 


CLARKE TRAVEL SERVICE 


76 UNIVERSITY AVE. W. 


Compliments of 

CHICKEN COURT 


CL 2-7226 

531 Pelissier Street—Next to Y.M.C.A 


JOS. ZULIANI LTD 


GLASS FOR EVERY PURPOSE 


AT. WALKER 


O’HALLORAN ELECTRIC 

INDUSTRIAL 

AND COMMERCIAL LIGHTING 

SPECIALIZE IN FLUORESCENT LIGHTING 

CL 2-8095 

24 Hours Service 

LAWTON 

INSURANCE AGENCY 

Canada Bldg, 

CL 3-4657 










BRYANT PATTERN & MFG. CO. LTD. 

SALES & SERVICE 

For Automatic Heating With 
OIL — GAS STOCKER FURNACES 


449 Shepherd E. 


CL 2-7275 


Compliments from 

(TOOTS) MERESKY FURNITURE 

971 Wyandotte St. E. CL 4-6269 

An Old Alumnus of Assumption 


Triangle Contracting Co. Ltd. 

Steel Erectors - Building Contractors 

General Contractors - Caulking 

Industrial, Commercial , Do7nestic 

CRANE RENTALS 

All Types of Welding 

1711 Moy CL 4-6001 

Devine Brothers Equipment 

TOOLS — EQUIPMENT 

Sales and Rentals 

144 Ayimer Ave. Phone CL 2-7614 

BUNDA FASHION SHOES 

306 OUELETTE AVE. 

WINDSOR'S FIRST AND FORMOST 

LADIES SHOE SALON. 

HANDEE 

PLASTIC MATERIALS 

• Plexiglas 
• Vinyl 

•Acetate 

• Rod—Tubing 

Fabrication of All Kinds 

543 Rankin CL 3*4094 

Compliments of 

WONDER BAKERIES LIMITED 

Bakers of Wonder Bread, Cakes, Sweet Goods & Pies 

Decorated Cakes for Every Occasion 

337 Salter Avenue Phone CL 4-5107 

NATIONAL PAINTING 
& DECORATING LTD. 

BRUSH & INDUSTRIAL SPRAY 

Painting Contractors 

725 WYANDOTTE EAST 

CL 3-1715 and CL 2-3321 

McIntyre Upholstering 

REPAIRING—RECOVERING—REFINISHING 

Custom Built Furniture 

Phone CL 3-3937 161 Sandwich St. W„ Windsor 

Luigi’s Congratulates . . . 

Assumption University of Windsor 

LUIGI’S SPAGHETTI HOUSE 

R.R. 1 Huron Line CL 4-6369 

CHALMERS BROS. SERVICE 

IMPERIAL ESSO DEALERS 

92 Erie E. CL 4-8422 

2260 Tecumseh E. CL 2-2043 

- COMPLIMENTS OF - 

A. HORVATH, JEWELLER 

195 OTTAWA ST. CL 4-4800 



















Congratulations 


GUS’S BAR-R-Q 

DINNERS FOR YOUR FAMILY A SPECIALTY 
“Operi 2If Hours Daily” 

For Take Out Orders or Delivery Service 

Call CL 6-2544 
2685 HOWARD 


To the Staff of The Ambassador 
on the publication of their 
1961 Yearbook 
from Angelo Russo 


PRESCRIPTIONS 

PHONE.. CL. 6-8247 

4 LINES TO SERVE YOU 

3198 SANDWICH W. (AT MILL) 


Congratulations to the 
Grads of"61" 
from 


DRUG STORE 


Windsor Hotel men Association 


Prince Edward Hotel 
Norton Palmer Hotel 


Compliments of 


Bob Agnew Appliances 

NECCHI SEWING MACHINES 


419 Pelissier St 


PHOTOGRAPHY BY 


BURNSTYN DEPT. STORE 

LADIES READY TO WEAR 
Clothes for Children 
1506 Wyandotte Street East 


ORIS ARNOLD 


1331 OUELLETTE AVE 


COURTNEY MOTEL 

R.R. No. 1, Huron Line. (No. 3 Highway) 

Hot water, inner spring mattresses 
Carpeting from wall to wall 

For Information Call CL 2-3791 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


THRIFTY SUPERMARKET 


Fabricated 

STEEL PRODUCTS (WINDSOR) LTD. 

• SHEET METAL PRODUCTS 

• STAMPINGS 

• MATERIALS HANDLING 

1537 Mercer CL 3-4691 


1657 COLLEGE AVE 


MacPHAIL 

Fire — Automobile 
Plate Glass — Boiler 

Malcolm I). 

Insurance Agency 


Coleman Oil Heaters & Appliances - Sales & Service 
BERT SMITH’S 

MARKET HARDWARE 

General Hardware, Paints, Kitchenware 

243 Pitt Street East Phone CL 3-7672 


Bartlet Bldg, 


MAC. J. BRIAN 

Limited 


RIVERSIDE TAXI 
W H 5-3311 

208 RIVERDALE, Riverside 

STAND 1— Wyandotte E. at Villaire 

STAND 2—At Abar’s 

STAND 3—Dominion Store, Riverside 


PLUMBING AND HEATING 


PHONE CL 4-51S1 
276 FITT STREET EAST 
















Mayor M. Patrick and students from Assumption University 
of Windsor 


MAYOR MICHAEL PATRICK 

I am grateful for the opportunity given me to extend the con¬ 
gratulations and best wishes of the people of the city of Windsor 
to Assumption University of Windsor. 

Windsor and Essex County is indeed fortunate in having 
educational facilities of such high standards to meet the ever 
increasing demands for higher education for our boys and girls. 

As you continue to grow and expand in accordance with 
accepted university practice by affiliating with liberal arts col¬ 
leges and by adding new courses, you will continue to merit the 
respect and admiration of all our citizens. 

ALDERMEN: 


Thomas R. Brophey 
Oliver M. Stonehouse 
W. John Wheelton 
Roy Perry 
A. H. Weeks 


Mrs. Cameron H. Montrose 
William C. Riggs 
John Atkinson 
Howard Paillefer 
R, M. Fuller 















COMPLIMENTS OF 

Sincere Good Wishes 

Patrick O’Brien 

Norman L. Spencer, Q.C., M.C. 

Best wishes for every success in the future 

ESSEX WEST 

Zenith Radio 

Compliments of 

Corp. of Canada Ltd. 

KAPLAN’S FURNITURE 

1165 Tecumseh E. 

WINDSOR, ONTARIO 

1623 Wyandotte St. E. Phone CL 3-8500 

Compliments 

Wliiteman Furniture Co. Ltd. 

Congratulations to the '61 Grads 

THE STORE THAT SATISFIES 

LOWEST PRICES IN WINDSOR 

from 

1182-90 Wyandotte E. CL 4-1506 

Dorothy LeClaire 

WOODALL GOLF RANGE 

AND PAR 3 COURSE 

18 Hole Pitch & Putt Golf Course (18 Par 3 Holes) 

40 Tee Golf Range 

10 Tee Winter School—18 Hole Miniature Course 

Complete Line of New & Used Golf Clubs & Bags 

Charlie Warren, prop. 

2450 DOUGALL CL 3-9480 

L. M. ROSEN 

General Insurance — Real Estate 

MORRIS BLVD. 

CL 2-7279 CL 2-7314 


Compliments and Best Wishes 

to the publications’ staffs 
of Assumption University, 1961. 
Marcella Bartlet 


Compliments of 

WICKHAM’S MEN’S WEAR 

286 Ouellette Ave. 

CL 3-4422 


Good News For Assumption! 

Visit our book store and browse around in our large 
selection of books. We have expanded our book de¬ 
partment and have hundreds of titles you will want. 

We will have books required for classes or home 
reading. Priced right. All new paper backs. 

WINDSOR NEWS COMPANY, LIMITED 
Distributors 

346 Victoria Avenue 


WHITLEY OFFICE EQUIPMENT 

Everest Typewriters 
Diehl Calculators 
Stenocord Dictating Machines 
RENTALS SERVICE 

1731 WYANDOTTE ST. E CL 3-5231 

Compliments of 

Bob Agnew Appliances 

NECCHI SEWING MACHINES 

419 Pelissier St. CL 4-2571 


Compliments of 

Empire Hanna Coal 
Division 

THE M. A. HANNA CO. 
3304 RUSSELL STREET 
Coal For Every Purpose 














WINDSOR PLUMBING 

and 

HEATING COMPANY 

LIMITED 


Plumbing & Heating Contractors & Mechanical 

Engineers 


05 Glengarry 


CL 6-5401 








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COMPLIMENTS 


DR. and MRS. MERTON BERNSTEIN 


COMPLIMENTS 


DR. and MRS. DONALD FLOCK 


Compliments of 

WICKHAM’S MEN’S WEAR 


286 Ouellette Ave. 


CL 3-4422 


TOASTMASTER 


MIGHTY FINE BREAD 


CANADA BREAD CO., LTD. 


1031 Walker Rd. 


CL 4-2589 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


WETZEL CONTRACTOR'S, LTD. 


24 Bellerche PI., Riverside 


WH 5-9607 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


CENTRAL BEAUTY SUPPLY LTD. 


470 Wyandotte St. East. 


CL 3-6767 


COMPLIMENTS 


WINDSOR PACKING 
CO . LTD. 


53 Pitt East 
29 Wyandotte E. 
4750 Wyandotte E. 


CL 4-3082 
CL 4-3882 
WH 5-0415 


CAMPUS RECREATION 


2505 Wyandotte W. 


CL 6-3571 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


Joseph Lefave 


MANAGER 


CLEARY AUDITORIUM 


CL 2-8311 


Compliments of 


Bennett's Superior Pies 


2161 ONTARIO 


CL 4-2778 


COMPLIMENTS 


S.W.A. RAILWAY CO. 


Office Phones 


Residence Phones 


CL 6-4953 


WH 5-4527 


CL 6-4954 


WH 5-8261 


WINDSOR BODY & FENDER LTD. 


COMPLETE COLLISION SERVICE 
1850 University Ave. W. 

Harold L. Bernachi Frank M. Bernachi 

1780 Wyandotte St. 1216 Riverside Drive 
Riverside, Ont. Riverside, Ont. 




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Best Wishes to Students 
and Faculty of 

ASSUMPTION UNIVERSITY 



from 



WINDSOR’S LARGEST 
DEPARTMENT STORE 


Phone CL 3-7461 
Daily Deliveries 
to Assumption 


A Good Name in Windsor for More Than 50 Years 


CompUmeMts of 

SEGUIN BROS. LTD 



PRINTING SERVICE 
French and English Publications 


922 Brant at Parent 
Phone CL 3-4941 


OUELLETTE AVE. at London St. - CL 4-2505 
OUELLETTE AVE. at Wyandottte St. - CL 4-2507 
WYANDOTTE ST. E. at Hall Ave. - CL 4-1334 
OUELLETTE AVE. at Shepherd St. - CL 4-2272 
OUELLETTE AVE. at Giles Blvd. - CL 4-1023 
WYANDOTTE ST. at Partington - CL 6-2695 
OTTAWA ST., 1341.CL 3-8828 


“There's One Near Tom” 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


Best Wishes to 


Canada’s Future Greats 


WHITE PLUMBING & HEATING 
CO. LTD. 


WINDSOR PRINT & LITHO 


Industrial Piping 


954 University Ave. 


Phone CL 3-7512 






















SCOTCH WOOL SHOP 


480 Pelissier St. 


Phone CL 3-7142 


Scofan Contractors Limited 


Finer Commercial 


and Industrial Buildings 

3871 Dougall YO 9-2560 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


STAFFORDS FOODS LIMITED 


Head Office: Toronto, Ontario 



anf! (SivabjicwL 

Sjti. 


766 OUELLETTE 


CL 3-6337 


GINGER ALE 


, Compliments of 

W. J. BONDY & SONS 


SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY 
126 Ouellette CL 4-3391 


CANADIAN LINEN CO. LTD. 

We Rent 

Coats—Barber Towels—Dresses—Aprons 
Table Linen—Office Towels—Banquet Linen 
and Continuous Towel Cabinets 

CL 3-1139 

881 ERIE E. 

“It Pays to Keep Clean” 
BRANCH: CL 4-3141 


BARBARA W□□D 

—... = LIMITED ...-. - 


★ TELEPHONE ANSWERING SYSTEM 


if DIRECT MAIL ADVERTISING 


if SECRETARIAL SERVICES 


PH □ N E CL 3-6341 


5 □ 4 VICTORIA AVENUE 
WINDSOR, ONTARIO 


Compliments of Windsor & Detroit Tunnel 










ttst.. - mmm 


^,, 4 , 


WINDSOR-DETROIT 

The Only International 


Tunnel In 


Directly Connecting Downtown Windsor 



Compliments of 


Gitlin’s Ltd. Furniture 


576 Ouellette 


CL 4-1151 


W. J. BELL PAPER CO. LTD. 


Branches Across Ontario 


135 Church 


CL 4-4061 


The Corset Shop 

Wear a Fabulous Enhance 
CL 4-6484 

Main Floor MEDICAL ARTS BUILDING 


1011 OUELLETTE 
G. A. Ingram Co. (Canada) Ltd. 


BORDER CITY WIRE & IRON 


LIMITED 


961 Walker Road 


CL 6-3411 




























AUTO TUNNEL 

Sub-Aqueous Vehicular 
The World 


Best Wishes from 

BARTLET’S 

BARTLET MACDONALD & GOW LTD. 
Windsor’s Dependable Department Store 
Ouellette Avenue Phone CL 4-2551 


SUNSHINE LAUNDRY 
Linen Supply (Windsor) Ltd. 

• Wet Wash Call . . . 

• Pillow Claning CL 2-2224 

1105 Albert 


Shirts-A-Specialty 


Compliments of 

LYLE-WAY SERVICE 

ESSO SERVICE STATION 

Phone CL 4-4722 Patricia at Wyandotte 


AMBASSADOR COMPANY 

YELLOW CAB 


1704 UNIVERSITY WEST 


With Downtown Detroit 


CL 3-3539 


CL 3-3539 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


Hon. Paul and Mrs. Martin. 


Compliments of 

MOTOR CITY SERVICE 


711 Church Street 


CL 6-8320 


Compliments from 
TAM O’SHANTER 

CLOTHES FOR MEN 
For Made to Measure and Ready to Wear 

Clothes of Distinction 
WYANDOTTE STREET NEAR BRIDGE 


HIGHWAY FURNITURE 

Your Money Saving Buy-Way on No. 3 Highway at Howard 

Complete line of Home Furnishings and Appliances 

Open Daily till 9 p.m. for your convenience 

FREE PARKING J. BERECZ (Prop) 


Compliments of 

Sanitary Maintenance Co. 


CL 3-6321 


288 Pitt St. E. 


GLOBE SHEET METAL 


1432 St. LUKE ROAD 


WH 5-6621 


Mark Construction Limited 

The “Mark” of Distinction 
GENERAL CONTRACTORS SPECIALIZING IN 

• CHURCHES • FACTORIES 

• MOTELS • APARTMENTS 

Formerly Atlas Construction Co. 

3615 Walker Rd. YO 9-2190 


163 PITT STREET EAST 


CL 4-1992 


EXCELSIOR MONUMENT CO. 

★ GRANITE 

★ MARBLE 

★ BRONZE 








































T 


ODAY, the opportunities offered by Canada are greater than ever be¬ 
fore. And, in step with these opportunities, our country’s need for col¬ 
lege graduates is equally great. 


From the records established by previous students of Assumption University, we know 
there are none better trained in their chosen fields than you who are graduating this 
year. With such schooling, you can look forward with confidence to making important 
contributions to the broader horizons that lie ahead. 

We are pleased to have this opportunity of saying a friendly “Hello” to each of you. 
With God’s blessings, may you assume your individual place in Canada’s great future 
with the confidence your schooling warrants. 


Bendix-Eclip se of Canada, Ltd. 


WINDSOR, ONTARIO 


SUBSIDIARY OF 



DRINK MORE FRESH MILK 


FOR HEALTH 


MILK EDUCATIONAL COUNCIL 


Compliments of 


PEOPLE’S FRUIT MARKET 


2109 Wyandotte W. 


CL 3-3302 


OF WINDSOR 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


Compliments 


HOTEL DIEU 


MAEDEL’S BEVERAGE LTD. 


ST. JOSEPH SCHOOL 


ESSEX 


OF NURSING 














RAYMOND RENAUD AND SON 

Housemovers -- Contractors 


EASTERN 

CONSTRUCTION 
COMPANY LIMITED 


GENERAL CONTRACTORS 


^6 NIT. PLEASANT ROAD 
TORONTO 


AIRPORT ROAD 
WINDSOR 

* 


DOWNTOWN 

CHEVROLET-OLDSMOBILE LTD. 


GENUINE GENERAL MOTORS PARTS 
Service 24 Hours 


“You’ll Like Our Service 


i31 Goyeau St T Windsor 


COMPLIMENTS 


CL 3-3541 


WINDSOR AUTOMOBILE DEALERS ASSOCIATION 


547 Oak St. 


CL 3-5530 
























Green’s Ideal Drug Store Ltd. 

Your IDA Drug Store 
Prescriptions Picked-Up 

1699 Wyandotte W- at Campbell 

CL 3-3162 


Compliments of 


CANADIAN FOOD PRODUCTS 


SALES LTD. 


BAILLIE’S MUSIC CENTRE 

RECORDS—PHONOS—MUSIC 


Jim Baillie 
320 Pelissier St. 


Wray Rutledge 

Phone CL 2-0369 


Industrial Food Products 


Toronto. 


COMPLIMENTS 


WINDOW 


m CLEANERS 


WINDSOR HOTEL SUPPLY 


Wright’s TEMPLE of SERVICE 

505-515 East Hancock, Detroit 
Telephone TEmple 1-2816 


♦INDUSTRIAL ♦COMMERCIAL ♦RESIDENTIAL 

Complete Insurance Coverage—FREE Estimates 


Special Contract Rates 
After Hours Call 


Cl. 6-1737 
Wh. 8-2926 


WINDOW II CLEANERS 



SECRETARIAL SERVICES 



home in the University Centre next year. 



























MEDICAL ARTS 

DISPENSARY 

PRESCRIPTIONS 

Motorized Delivery Service 

1011 Ouellette CL 2-1193 


Sincerest Best Wishes 


W. J. McCANCE & SON 


Also Operating— 

MALLETT’S PHARMACY 

4785 Wyandotte E. WH 8-1511 

(AT LAWRENCE) 


321 Ouellette Avenue 


CL 3-6151 


B & C ENGRAVING COMPANY 


MARIO’S TAVERN 


Manufacturers of 


Plastic Nameplates'and Signs 


2 and 3 Dimensional Engraving 


Ideal for Club Parties 


NO COVER NO DOOR NO MINIMUM 


Steel Stamps and Dies 


755 Ouellette - Windsor 


Molds, Hops. 


868 WALKER Rd. 


CL. 6-1795 


Phone CL 4-3392 


Free Parking 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


JEFF KEARN LIMITED 


Plumbing—Heating—Ventilating 


ESSEX PACKERS LTD. 


Refrigeration 


875 Mercer Street 


CL 6-1811 


Cl. 3-3636 


Mechanical Contractors 


342 Park St. West 


RSPPSl 

il3i 


^cdt edited 

j\rt JSWuett 


CLOTHIER TO GENTLEMEN 


Telephone CL 6-0808 


316 Pelissier Street 


Windsor, Ontario 















RYAN 


BUILDERS SUPPLIES, LTD. 


210 DETROIT STREET 


WINDSOR, ONTARIO 


We specialize in . . . 

Formal Attire for All Occasions 

SUITS and DRESSES 

DUDDY’S CUSTOM SALON 


472 Pelissier Street 


Phone CL 3-1327 


The Original 

VETERAN CAB OF WINDSOR LTD. 

24 HOUR SERVICE 

Equipped with 2-Way Radio 
Michigan Licenses 


308 Wyandotte E. 


CL 6-2621 


Compliments to 


Assumption University of Windsor 


from 


RENDEZVOUS TAVERN 


THE WINDSOR BOARD OF EDUCATION 


offers greetings and best wishes to 
Assumption University 
on its growth and extension 


WINDSOR BOARD OF EDUCATION 
Elected Trustees 


Ward 1 . K. C. Hortop, B.A. 

Ward II... G. Alan Buchanan, B.A. 

Ward 111 . H. D. Taylor, B.A., M.D., D.Sc. 

Ward IV . G. M. Grant, Q.C. 

Ward v . D. W. Gray 


Appointed Trustees 

Separate Schools Vocational School 

M. G. Brick, D.D.S. 

H. J. Lassaline, M.A. 


J. C. Lawler 
C. G. Sampson 


























The Dominion House Hotel 

Where Particular People Congregate 

Catering to 

DINNERS — BANQUETS — WEDDINGS 
Reservations: CL 4-6221 3140 Sandwich St. W. 

FIRTH BROS. LIMITED 

“Direct Importers of British Woolens” 

Phone CL 3-6952 256 Ouellette Ave. 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

LAWTON INSURANCE AGENCY 

Canada Bldg. CL 3-4657 

Capitol Egg & Poultry Co. Ltd. 

WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS 

485 Pitt St. CL 4-3251 

Dean Construction Co. Ltd. 

GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

St. Clair Beach SE 5-2612 

CHAS. W. JESSOP 

Plumbing — Heating — Sheet Metal Work 

639 University W. Phone CL 4-3952 

BAUM & BRODY LIMITED 

FURNITURE—RUGS—LINOLEUMS 

ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES 

156 Chatham St. W. CL 3-3547 

Buy With Confidence On Easy Terms 

McDONALD’S Camera Shop 

• EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 

• Everything Photographic 

• Cameras — Projectors 

• Rentals — Sales — Repairs 

• Sound Equipment — Tape Recorders 

• Ansco — Kodak 

Bob McDonald 

Lionel Tidridge — A.P.S.A. 

620 Goyeau (at Wyandotte! CL 3-2167 

MERCHANTS PAPER CO. 

(WINDSOR) LTD. 

975 Crawford 

CL 3-6339 

BULMER BUSINESS COLLEGE 

W. F. MAHONEY, B.A, PRINCIPAL 

Free Employment Bureau For Graduates 

Imperial Bank Building 

44 University W. CL 3-8202 

TED’S DELIVERY SERVICE 

WH 5-7740 

1715 Drouillard 

City Wide General Cartage 

METROPOLE HOTEL 

“FOOD IS OUR BUSINESS’' 

Open Daily 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. 

For Reservations and Information — CL 3-3591 

917 Walker Road Windsor, Ont. 

F. R. BEAR CORP. LTD. 

PACKERS CHECKERS BRAND 

CHOICE QUALITY TOMATOES 

St. Clair Beach, Ontario 

DOMINION TREE EXPERTS 

John Morrissey, Prop. 

SPRAYING TRIMMING SURGERY 

LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS 

Contracts Accepted Anywhere in Canada 

974 Windermere Windsor CL 2-6362 

TYPEWRITERS 

CL 6-3405 

K. W. GODDARD LTD 

1481 OUELLETTE 

Say it with 

r - 1900 Wyandotte Street East 

J-lOUJerd Arf w MorriS/ Owner 




National Fumigating Company 

General Pest Control Beach & Park Fogging Weed Control 

General Bird Control 
DEODORIZING AND SANITATION 
711 Riverside Dr. E. 


Phone CL 2-1149 


Windsor 


ENJOY 



MAEDEL’S BEVERAGES LTD. 

Authorized Bottlers 


RE 7-6162 


TENO'S TOGGERY 


LEO. TENO 



Windsor 


Ontario 


SHOES SPORTING GOODS LUGGAGE 

333 Ouellette Ave. Telephone CL 3-7411 Windsor, Ont. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

SEGUIN PRINTING LIMITED 
Commercial Printers and Lithographers 

922 Brant Street (at Parent) CL 3-4941 


Compliments of 

THIBODEAU EXPRESS 

1845 Walker Road, Windsor CL 3-6275 


BEATTY WASHER STORE 

SALES & SERVICE 
Parts for All Makes 

671 Wyandotte E. CL 3-3557 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


CENTER TOOL COMPANY, LTD. 


1573 Mcdougall Street. 


Windsor, Ont. 


TRAIN FOR TOMORROW 


Serve your way through University. 

You can become an officer in the Canadian Army and complete your education 
with financial assistance by enrolling in the tri-service. 

Regular Officer Training Plan 

• Your tuition and University fees will be paid 

• You will receive an annual grant for books and instruments 

• You will receive a monthly income 

• You will receive allowances for board and room 

• You will receive free medical and dental care and, best of all, you will 
be beginning an interesting and adventurous career as an officer in Canada’s 
modern Army 


See your Recruiting Officer or Resident Staff Officer Today 

























COMPLIMENTS OF 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


LAING’S 


WOOLLATT CONSTRUCTION LTD. 


WINDSOR’S OLDEST DRUG STORE 


Sewers — Roads — Watermains — Asphalt Paving 


135 Ouellette 


CL 4-1101 


WH 5-6366 


Box 37 Walkerville 


Colautti Brothers Limited 


Tile — Terrazzo — Marble 


Resilient Floors 


Peck insurance Agency 


Congratulations 


Windsor CL 3-6333 • Chatham EL 4-0670 


2490 McDougal St. Windsor, Ontario 


CL 3-6992 


Established 1898 


WH 5-3405 


COMPLIMENTS - 


Compliments of 


E. T. LAFRAMBOISE MOTORS LIMITED 


Woodall Construction 

Limited 


PONTIAC - BUICK - VAUXHALL 


General Contractors 


AMHERSTBURG 


ONTARIO 


Windsor, Ontario 


BRANCHEAU HARDWARE 


25821 Van Born 


Detroit, Mich. 



So perfect for parties — sparkling Coca-Cola 















YOUR DOORWAY TO THE WORLD OF MUSIC 

P ' AN0S HI-FIDELITY ° RGANS 

RECORDS MUSIC 


RECORDS 

184 Ouellette 


HI-FIDELITY 

HEINTZMAN 


CL. 6-3181 


ROMEO 

MACHINE SHOP 

Limited 


1577 Howard Ave. 


CL 3-6366-7 


APARTMENT BUILDINGS 
COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL LAND 

Gordon G. Maxwell 


REALTOR - INSURANCE 
205 Security Bldg. 


CL 2-5733 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

Martin H. Wunder 

_ , BARRISTER 

Canada Blag. 

CL. 2-1121 

COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

VICTORIA SERVICE 5TATSON 

1809 Tecumseh Road E. 

CL 4-2912 

COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

EAST SIDE PLATING CO. 

Sandwich Street East 

WH 5-6347 

COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

SPOTLESS CLEANERS 

7468 University Ave., W. 

CL 2-1103 

COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

INDUSTRIAL PLATERS 

2468 Ouellette Avenue 

CL 2-0091 

COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

NOEL EQUIPMENT SERVICE 

341 Tecumseh Road E. 

CL 6-1845 


COMPLIMENTS OF 

L. H. Ingersoll, B.A.Se. 

CONSULTING ENGINEER 
348 Eastlawn Blvd. 


WH 5-4813 


Riverside, Ont. 


COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

ADOLPH PRODUCTS COMPANY 

228 Chatham St. E. 


CL 2-2266 


Rossini Tile Co. Ltd. 

CERAMIC WALL & FLOOR TILE 
Resilient Flooring & Carpets 
MARBLE WORK 

1448 Wyandotte St. WH. 5^331 


Riverside 


WATKINS QUALITY PRODUCTS 

Nationally Known and Proven 


ADVERTISED IN ALL LEADING MAGAZINES 
FOR INFORMATION PHONE CL 6-5889 


Best wishes to 
The Graduating Class of 61 
from 

MORTON TOBACCO LIMITED 


CL 6-1838 

CANADIAN MECHANICAL HANDLING 
SYSTEMS LTD. 

All Types of Industrial Conveyors 

3380 Marentette Ave. Windsor, Ont. 


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COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

SAVILL REFRIGERATION LTD 

1323 Tecumseh Rd., E. 

CL 6-7881 

COMPLIMENTS 

OF 

PETE’S RADIATOR SERVICE 

684 Dufferin Place 

CL 2-1177 

COMPLIMENTS 


COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


OF 


J. KOVINSKY & SONS 


WIPP PEST CONTROL CO. 


110 Hill Street 

CL 4-5188 

282 Pitt Street East 

CL 3-5688 

COMPLIMENTS 


COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


OF 


ROYAL BAKERY 


FERRELL DRUGS 


1051 Drouillard Road 

CL 3-6431 

1495 Tecumseh 

CL 2-4170 

COMPLIMENTS 


COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


OF 


E. J. CUTLER SERVICE STATION 

JACK BACKER INSURANCE 


1410 Huron Line 

CL 6-1655 

CL 4-5840 


COMPLIMENTS 


COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


OF 


MONROE CALCULATING MACHINE CO. 

MARTIN GLOS & SON 


31 Hanna St., W. 

CL 4-9191 

1826 Central Avenue 

WH 5-5212 

COMPLIMENTS 


COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


OF 


HICKER BROS. 


ESSEX CABINET MAKERS 


1010 University Ave., W. 

CL 4-9243 

280 Eugenie Street 

CL 2-7224 

COMPLIMENTS 


COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


OF 


LEACOCK ELECTRIC CONTRACTORS 

WINDSOR COAT & APRON 


211 Oak Avenue' 

CL 3-9975 

673 Caron 

CL 3-1139 

COMPLIMENTS 


COMPLIMENTS 


OF 


OF 


NEIGHBORHOOD HARDWARE 


BYRON BLUEPRINTING 


238 Erie Street W. 

CL 2-1754 

77 Wyandotte Street E. 

CL 4-8662 


238 Erie Street W. 


77 Wyandotte Street E. 


CL 4-8662 

















COMPLIMENTS OF 

DR. AND MRS. A. T. WACHNA 
TO THE GRADS OF 1961 


AMERICAN OPTICAL CO. 


635 Ouellette Avenue 


CL 3-0923 


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COMPLIMENTS TO THE CLASS OF 1961 

COMPLIMENTS OF 


FROM 

EVANS-PEARCE SCAFFOLDING 

DR. AND MRS. W. L. NEEDHAM 

2780 Howard Ave. 

CL 6-1819 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

COMPLIMENTS OF 



JOHN SMEETON DRY GOODS 

DR. AND MRS. ERNST BUEGLET 

1565 Wyandotte St. East 

CL 2-2190 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

CONKLIN LUMBER 


DR. CARL J. COHEN, ’56 

Amherstburg 

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TO THE CLASS OF 1961 

Kingsville 

Woodslee 


Belle River 

La Salle 


Godrich 

West Lome 

COMPLIMENTS OF 

Ridgetown 

Comber 

Grand Bend 

Exeter 


Thedford 


DR. AND MRS. E. W. WARREN, DDS 



COMPLIMENTS OF 

COMPLIMENTS OF 


1. W. THRASHER, REALTOR 

ALDERMAN AND MRS. W. J. 

WHEELTON 

1596 Oullette CL 6-2335 




COMPLIMENTS OF 

WACO EQUIPMENT COMPANY 

2780 Howard Avenue CL 6-1819 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


A. H. BOULTON COMPANY LTD. 


COMPLIMENTS OF 


SAM’S DEPARTMENT STORE 


WHOLESALE GROCERS 


1526 Ottawa Street 


CL 4-6481 


635 Caron 


CL 2-7211 





















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